The Crown, of course, throws a new queen every two seasons, but it still ties the two together.
In the series, actress Claire Foy debuts as Queen Elizabeth, but after the second season, actress Olivia Coleman succeeds her. Imelda Staunton will succeed her next season.
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In the eighth episode of Season 4, we see a surprise appearance by Claire Foy. She returned to give a speech that young Elizabeth gave in South Africa in 1947 regarding the importance of that nation to her kingdom. She did so on her 21st birthday. Especially for this speech, Claire Foy is back in a surprising cameo.
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That’s nice, because in this way the chain once again denotes the change of guard it made. The series actually did just that in the third season by placing the new queen in front of a series of stamps, which clearly showed the difference in appearance between the actresses.
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