The Crown has released first look images of the final episodes, which will be available on Netflix in just a few weeks.
Part Two of the controversial series, which has generated fury from the likes of Dame Judi Dench, concludes with the aftermath of Princess Diana’s death, following the deadly automobile collision in Paris in 1997.
The final episodes will include Ed McVey as Prince William and Luther Ford as Prince Harry, and will recreate some of the most iconic events in royal history, such as Kate Middleton’s revealing catwalk gown.
In one shot, Meg Bellamy, who represents Princess Diana, is shown dancing down a runway at a university fashion show, dressed in a see-through dress and black knickers.
Kate allegedly initially got William’s notice at the University of St Andrews fashion show, when she appeared in the racy attire, which later sold for £78,000.
Other images show the future married pair becoming closer at university, as the series delves into their love story.
And it won’t be the last, as The Crown will continue to depict the then-Prince Charles’ romance with Camilla, including their 2005 wedding.
Olivia Williams reprises her role as the future Queen Consort, while Dominic West portrays Prince Charles, who poses with his boys in another image.
Imelda Staunton’s Queen Elizabeth II and Sir Jonathan Pryce’s Prince Philip wave to the fans, as Lesley Manville reprises her role as Princess Margaret.
The second part of the series takes place during Tony Blair’s tenure as Prime Minister, with Bertie Carvel taking up the job and visible on a podium outside No. 10 in one of the new photographs.
Fans have been left begging for more as the pictures dropped on social media, with one saying: ‘Promises to be interesting.’
Others praised the ‘impressive’ casting, with one joking: ‘How come that chap looks more like Prince William than Prince William himself?!’
Speaking of Kate’s catwalk outfit, another wrote: ‘The Crown have absolutely nailed this pivotal moment.’
This comes after creator Peter Morgan hit back at the backlash, saying: ‘All the criticism about The Crown’s attitude to the royals comes in anticipation of the show coming out.
‘The minute it’s out and people look at it – whether it’s Judi Dench or John Major – they instantly fall silent. And I think they probably feel rather stupid.’
The Crown season 6 part 2 launches on Netflix on December 14.