The Crown is broadening its horizons in season two.
“This season, we go completely out of the palace in ways in which I do not assume you’d count on,” star Vanessa Kirby revealed to E! Information, explaining not solely is Prince Philip heading out on tour, however Princess Margaret finds herself in an entire “alien habitat” the place she immediately feels at residence.
As she explores a possible new life with photographer Tony (Matthew Goode), the present may also dive deeper into the wedding of Elizabeth (Claire Foy) and Philip (Matt Smith) now that they are 10 years in.
“We discover the difficulties after 10 years that I feel any couple will kind of entertain in some unspecified time in the future,” Smith says. “However what [creator Peter Morgan] is so intelligent at is one thing that feels fairly trivial, like what college you ship your son to, he manages to show into one thing very dramatic and attention-grabbing and emotionally very wealthy, and he is excellent at doing that, turning issues that appear very simplistic into these very attention-grabbing factors. It’s extremely tough. We see them undergo some robust occasions.”
As Smith factors out, “the notion of the nation in direction of the royal household has shifted barely,” so there are some robust occasions forward far and wide.
Season two of The Crown debuts on Netflix tomorrow.