The Crown season 3 location: Where is The Crown filmed? When’s it set?

Netflix has released the highly-anticipated third outing of The Crown today (Sunday, November 17) for fans to binge. The show will have a new cast of older actors portraying the Royal Family with Olivia Colman taking the lead as Queen Elizabeth II. Here’s a look at the filming locations at setting for the show.

Where is The Crown season 3 set?

Season three is going to be covering roughly a decade of history with numerous events depicted over the course of 10 hours.

The Crown season will be covering the period 1964 to 1977 and the show is just as dense as ever.

The themes and characters from the previous two seasons continue to flow through and creator Peter Morgan has created excellent cohesion and parallels between the older and younger members of the Royal Family.

Some of the key settings include Buckingham Palace as well as other palaces such as Kensington Palace where the royals reside.

Other settings will take the series to the private caribbean island of Mustique, Arizona, the White House, Aberfan and Aberystwyth in Wales and Paris.

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Where is The Crown season 3 filmed?

Wales

Season three filming started in the summer of 2018 and continued into this year.

With season four already confirmed, the cast and crew have been spotted shooting scenes for the next run already.

Back in September 2018, the crew were seen filming scenes depicting the 1966 Aberfan tragedy in Wales.

The producers made the decision not to film in the Welsh mining village out of respect for the victims as well as survivors and their relatives.

Instead, the show was shot in Cwmaman in the Cynon Valley with Glynhafod Junior School transformed into Pantglas, which was engulfed in the slurry.

In November, the cast were seen shooting Prince Charles’ (played by Josh O’Connor) investiture in Caernarfon Castle.

According to Wales Online, other filming locations in the nation included Ferndale, Rhondda and at Big Pit National Coal Museum in Blaenavon.

Season three also sees Prince Charles go to Aberystwyth University and it’s highly likely Welsh filming locations were used for this episode as well.

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Spain

Southern Spain doubled up for the Caribbean island of Mustique where Princess Margaret conducted her scandalous affair with toyboy Roddy Llewellyn (Harry Treadaway).

In the scenes, Princess Margaret and Roddy were lounging on a beach as he applied sun lotion to her back.

There were also paparazzi who snapped the couple amid their illicit romance.

The actors were also seen filming scenes on a speedboat on the sea with the two stars enjoying themselves.

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England

The University of Greenwich doubled up for the courtyard at Buckingham Palace with Josh O’Connor and Charles Dance spotted filming there in December 2018.

Filming took place in Winchester back in December 2018 in what appeared to scenes for the Duke of Windsor (Sir Derek Jacobi) or Sir Winston Churchill’s (John Lithgow) funeral.

According to Visit England, other past filming locations have included Eltham Palace, Hatfield House, Ely Catherdral which stood in for Westminster Abbey, the Lyceum Theatre and Knebworth House, among others.

Wilton House in Wiltshire stands in for Buckingham Palace as does the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich which serves as exteriors for the Queen’s abode.

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