‘The Crown’ filming halted due to death of Queen Elizabeth II

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Deadline reports: The Netflix hit series ‘The Crown,’ which focuses on Elizabeth and the British royal family during her reign, will be temporarily halted due to the death of Queen Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor.

'The Crown' filming halted due to death of Queen Elizabeth II | FMV6

Creator Peter Morgan said in an email that the show is a love letter to the Queen and “I anticipate we will take a break from filming out of respect”.

The Crown’ is currently in production for its sixth season, the fifth of which is expected to air this November and will star Imelda Staunton as Elizabeth, Dominic West as Prince Charles (now King Charles III) and Elizabeth Debicki as Diana, Princess of Wales.

Seasons five and six have also announced a number of young actors to play Henry Charles Albert David Mountbatten-Windsor as a teenager, Prince William and Princess Kate.

Related Post: ‘The Crown’ announces cast of Prince William and Princess Kate.

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