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Season three of the dramatic-historical series, The Crown which takes after Queen Elizabeth II and details about her life at the second half of the 20th century. This season begins with the queen and the prince suspected about the new prime minister, the Labour Party's Harold Wilson, that he may be a Soviet spy.
As our royals enter into middle age in the middle of a turbulent and, at times, tragic period in U.K. history, there should have been more than enough cannon fodder to drive maybe slightly-less-sexy-but-still-alluring conflict.
But it all looks wonderful. Let's hear it for the image compositors, stitching together the visuals so we really feel as though we're peeping into the Royal apartments and hovering over State banquets.
t's not at all clear if Margaret's words help her sister. But for viewers, the return of "The Crown," with its irresistible blend of heightened history and peek-behind-the-brocade-curtain drama, is a gloriously welcome gift.