Netflix takes on JFK in 'The Crown' season two December 8th

The Trailer for The Crown Season 2 Is Here

The Trailer for The Crown Season 2 Is Here

In season two, Elizabeth grows more confident and comfortable with being a leader (she is the world's longest standing monarch, afterall) and gives birth to Princes Andrew and Edward.

The Queen even gets some valuable advice from Philip's uncle Lord Mountbatten (Greg Wise): "You've married a wild spirit".

Prince Philip (Matt Smith) and Elizabeth (Claire Foy) share an intimate moment in Netflix's "The Crown" season 2.

And it's not just professional relationships, the trailer hints that there's trouble ahead with her mother, and her sister's romance with the Earl of Snowdon.

The trailer also alludes to the scandal in both the Queen's personal and professional life during that time.

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All episodes of "The Crown" Season 2 will be released Friday, Dec. 8. According to The Crown creator Peter Morgan, the season will really delve into the Prince's psyche, as well as his alleged affairs.

As the queen says with hurt and disgust, "I've learned more about humiliation in the past three weeks than I'd hoped I would in a lifetime". It begins with soldiers in Her Majesty's Armed Forces fighting an illegal war in Egypt during the controversial Suez Canal crisis.

In season two, when Queen Elizabeth's marriage and empire crumbles around her, she must do what is required to ensure the British monarchy survives. "Not one has lasted".

Moving forward, The Crown plans to follow the life of Queen Elizabeth II through to the present-day - six decades in six seasons.

"The Crown" received 10 Emmy nominations in 2017, including for Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Lead Actress for Claire Foy and Outstanding Supporting Actor for John Lithgow.

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