Although there hasn't been any official confirmation from Netflix as of yet, it looks like the third season of 'The Crown' might be arriving on the streaming service in November.

A since-deleted article on EW (and subsequently picked up by Metro) cited a release date of November 17th for the third season of 'The Crown'. The upcoming episodes will see Claire Foy replaced by Oscar winner Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth, while Tobias Menzies replaces Matt Smith as Prince Phillip.

The third season will cover the early '60s to the late '70s, and take in the break-up of Princess Margaret's marriage to Antony Armstrong-Jones, played respectively by Helena Bonham-Carter and Ben Daniels. As well as this, Harold Wilson's tenure as Prime Minister - which often saw him clashing with Queen Elizabeth - is expected to feature.

However, the third season is understood to only make brief references to Prince Charles' relationship with Camilla Shand, although Princess Diana has already been cast for the fourth season. Prince Charles will be played by 'God's Own Country' star Josh O'Connor, while Princess Diana is set to be played by Emma Corrin.

Expect a trailer for the third season of 'The Crown' in the coming weeks, in any case. Season 1 and 2 of 'The Crown' is currently available on Netflix.