One of the storylines of the final season of the Netflix hit “The Crown” revolves around the wedding of the current King Charles III. (74) and his wife, Queen Camilla (76), in April 2005. The streaming service confirmed this on Instagram, among other things.

“After six seasons, seven years and three casts, ‘The Crown’ is coming to an end later this year,” reads the post, which was published on the show’s account and the UK Netflix account. The streaming service will soon reveal more information, but the picture is intended to indicate what will happen in the final season. A service booklet can be seen on the recording, which is probably a scene from the series.

Several months ago there were reports that the sixth and final season of “The Crown” would probably end with the wedding of Charles and Camilla. It is supposedly hoped that this will silence critics of the series, the British “Daily Mail” wrote in April, citing anonymous sources at Netflix.

The death of Princess Diana (1961-1997), Charles’ first wife and mother of Prince William (41) and Prince Harry (38), is also discussed in the new episodes. Suzanne Mackie, 37, executive producer of ‘The Crown’ addressed concerns from royal fans at the Edinburgh TV Festival in August. There was “a very, very careful, long, long conversation” about it, she said, according to a BBC report. In the end, the audience will make their decision, but they think that it was “very carefully and thoughtfully implemented”.

Diana is played by Elizabeth Debicki (33) in the last two seasons. Dominic West (53) returns to Prince Charles in the final, Olivia Williams (55) embodies Camilla. An exact start date is not yet known.