Princess Diana's fatal car ride looms large in “The Crown” season 6 trailer

Princess Diana's fatal car ride looms large in “The Crown” season 6 trailer
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All eyes are on Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki) in the new trailer for the sixth and final season of Netflix's hit British royal-family drama, The Crown.

The clip, which features scenes from the first four episodes of the season, follows Diana as she attempts to evade the ever-present paparazzi — who slam against her car windows and use boats and long-range lenses to photograph her — after her split from Prince Charles (Dominic West) and during her budding relationship with Dodi Fayed (Khalid Abdalla).

As the pressure surrounding her builds, Prince William (Rufus Kampa) can be seen calling his mother while his younger brother, Harry (Fflyn Edwards), sits nearby. "Mommy?" he asks. "You okay?"

A teary-eyed Diana can be overheard replying, "I'm okay. It's just… It has all been a bit mad recently." She is then seen picking up a foreboding piece of paper that reads, "Paris next week?"

A later scene shows the rooms of Balmoral Castle slowly begin to light up in the middle of the night as the phones start to ring, seemingly alluding to the fatal car ride that killed the Princess of Wales and Fayed. The rest of the royal family is then portrayed in various states of shock, with William despondently walking out of his father's grip and Queen Elizabeth II (Imelda Staunton) quietly watching the news on television.

"What do people want from me?" the late monarch asks. To which Charles replies, "For you to be mother to the nation."

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Netflix Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana on 'The Crown'

Quickly flashing scenes also depict others crying and Diana and Dodi holding hands in a speeding car being chased by motorcyclists. Then, phone in hand, Charles remarks, "This is gonna be the biggest thing that any of us has ever seen."

Debicki previously revealed in a press statement that it was a "really unique challenge as an actor" to portray Diana's final days on screen.

"I really just trusted in Peter [Morgan]'s emotional blueprint that he created for us to follow," she said. "It's his interpretation and I think it made emotional sense to me, so I clung to that. Because, obviously, it's devastating and it's fraught and we can never know."

The first part of the series, which will be released Nov. 16, also stars Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, and Salim Daw as Mohamed Al Fayed.

Watch the trailer above.

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