Netflix Casts Prince Charles & the Queen Mother in ‘The Crown’ Season 3
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Netflix’s The Crown has officially rounded out the cast for season three.

The streaming service just announced that Josh O’Connor (Florence Foster Jenkins) and Marion Bailey (Allied) will take on the roles of Prince Charles and the Queen Mother, respectively, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The actors will replace Julian Baring and Victoria Hamilton, who played their respective roles in seasons one and two.

Since the new episodes will feature a time jump, Netflix has been recasting the roles over the past few months. In addition to O’Connor and Bailey, season three of The Crown will star Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth (previously played by Claire Foy), Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip (previously played by Matt Smith), Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret (previously played by Vanessa Kirby) and Erin Doherty as Princess Anne (previously played by Lyla Barrett-Rye).

Welcome to the family, darlings. Season three of The Crown is expected to premiere on Netflix sometime in 2019.

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