Fans of The Crown have been tensely hanging tight for new subtleties of the following season to arise after the most recent stunner fourth season was as of late dropped.
And before that reveals, the crazed devotees have been given a brief look at the all-new cast that has been roped in to convey forward the mantle with their depiction of the illustrious family members.
Olivia Colman, who played Queen Elizabeth II on the great dramatization, talked about ignoring the stick to Imelda Staunton, who will be viewed as more established variant of the ruler in the following season.
During a visit with Radio Times, the Broadchurch entertainer stated: “I haven’t spoken to Imelda and I wouldn’t dare offer any advice about playing the Queen. Imelda is extraordinary and she’s going to do it all much better than me. I can’t wait to watch what she does.”
Colman further opened up about her own experience playing the stiff-necked sovereign, calling her “as strong as steel” while she, at the end of the day, is very emotional.
Earlier, she had disclosed to JustJared that she needed to surrender Imelda a heads about the Queen’s wig.
“If she calls me, I’ll be so excited. Then what would you say to Imelda Staunton? Good luck… the wig’s itchy,” she said.