The Crown is having a moment right now in more ways than one.
The final episodes of the final season have just started streaming on Netflix which follows weeks of the royals being embroiled in their biggest scandal since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did Oprah: this year's royal book fiasco where two royals who had allegedly made
racial remarks were named in a tell-all book by accident.
As I said, they're having a moment. And three of the major players in the scandal — Prince Harry, Prince William, and Kate Middleton — are all set to have their early lives put to film on The Crown, a series relaying the most pivotal moments in Queen Elizabeth II's reign.
The second part of The Crown picks up after the tragic death of Princess Diana, as her sons grapple with their grief while trying to navigate rebuilding their lives in her honour.
And of course, Will then meets Kate, marking the beginning of the royal family getting their mojo back after falling out of favour with the public in the shadow of Prince Charles' affair with Camilla Parker Bowles and Diana's death.
Watch the trailer for the final instalment of The Crown. Post continues after video.
The future Prince and Princess of Wales started dating after crossing paths in 2001 while they were students at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Ten years later, Prince William and Kate were married in 2011 in the royal wedding to end all royal weddings.