The events of The Crown season 6 part 2 events explained

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WARNING: This article contains spoilers from The Crown. 

The Crown season six will be the end of the royal Netflix drama with just a handful of key events left to delve into.

Since 2016, the series created by Peter Morgan, has put the Royal Family under the microscope, analysing everything from Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation to the death of Princess Diana.

There are just six more episodes left to drop on the streamer and has all there is on what to expect from part two.

What will The Crown season 6 part 2 cover? Final series explained

Prince William’s grief 

The first instalment takes place not too long after Princess Diana’s funeral and the teenager decides to return to Eton College rather than stay at home with his family.

It has been well documented that following his mum’s death, Prince William’s popularity grew, receiving hundreds of letters of condolences from young girls.

But still reeling from the loss of Princess Diana, the prince struggles with the attention from the press and public.

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The early days of Prince William and Kate Middleton

The Prince and Kate Middleton famously started dating at St Andrew’s University after she appeared in a student fashion show.

The Crown highlights the ups and downs they experienced before getting together and going on to move into a flat in Hope Street with their friends.

Princess Margaret’s final days

Known for her lavish party lifestyle, Princess Margaret was suddenly forced to reassess her lifestyle after suffering from a stroke.

Her declining health though leads to the senior royal looking back at happier memories, including one night with her sister on VE Day 1945.

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Queen’s Golden Jubilee 

The Queen marked 50 years on the throne in 2002 with celebrations carried out throughout the country and of course, the iconic balcony appearance on the horizon.

But following the death of her sister and the Queen Mother, facing millions of people around the world starts to look a little more daunting.

Prince Charles and Camilla’s wedding

King Charles and Camilla had wanted to get married for several years but faced heavy public scrutiny due to their affair when he was with Princess Diana.

It is in this last series that subscribers will see the pair tie the knot in 2005 at a civil ceremony held near Windsor Castle away from the royal grounds.

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Unfortunately, this has been listed as the final ever season of The Crown so fans shouldn’t expect a seventh outing.

Creator Peter Morgan previously told Variety that he could one day return to the royals but instead go “back in time” to explore a different era of the family.

However, for now at least, this is the beginning of the end for the hit royal series.

The Crown season 6 part 2 premieres on Thursday, December 14, on Netflix.

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