The Crown’s Final Season: Honoring Queen Elizabeth II with Returning Actresses

The Crown’s Final Season: Honoring Queen Elizabeth II with Returning Actresses

…By Judah Olanisebee for TDPel Media. Final Season of The Crown Pays Tribute to Queen Elizabeth II: All Three Actresses Return


The highly popular Netflix series, The Crown, is set to honor the late Queen Elizabeth II in its final season by bringing back all three actresses who have portrayed her on the show.

Claire Foy, Olivia Colman, and Imelda Staunton will be joined by newcomer Viola Prettejohn, who will reportedly depict a younger version of Queen Elizabeth.

A Tribute to Queen Elizabeth II:

According to The Sun, new scenes featuring all the former actresses who played the monarch at different stages of her reign have been filmed for the final season.

Insiders suggest that the idea for this tribute was likely conceived around the time of Queen Elizabeth II’s passing in September of last year.

The move is seen as a clever decision by Netflix to bring the story of Her Majesty to a captivating conclusion after depicting her life over 60 episodes.


Respect and Affection for the Late Monarch:

While the creators of The Crown may not share the same sentiments towards the royal institution, the decision to bring together these four actresses signifies the respect and affection they have for the late Queen.

This tribute is likely a way of honoring her legacy.

It was no easy task to coordinate the schedules of Claire Foy and Olivia Colman, who have moved on to other projects since their stints on The Crown.

Praise for the Actresses:

Each actress who portrayed Queen Elizabeth on The Crown has received immense praise from both viewers and critics.

Claire Foy, who originated the role in the show’s first season, even won an Emmy Award for her outstanding performance.

Imelda Staunton, the current actress portraying the Queen, was nominated for a BAFTA Television Award for Best Actress earlier this year.



The final season of The Crown promises to be a fitting tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II, with all three actresses who have portrayed her returning for special scenes.

The decision reflects the creators’ respect for the monarch’s legacy, despite any personal opinions they may have about the royal institution.

Fans of the show can anticipate an emotional and impactful conclusion to the series when it releases on Netflix later this year.


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