In "The Crown" Season 3, Princess Margaret will be played by the divine light called Helena Bonham Carter. In Season 2, we saw Queen Elizabeth II's younger sister marry photographer Antony "Tony" Armstrong-Jones.

In Season 3, set several years later with older actors in the roles, we'll see that marriage start to crumble.

Matthew Goode played Snowdon in Season 2, and it was revealed that British actor Ben Daniels will spar with HBC in Season 3.

Ben Daniels is a phenomenal actor you may have seen on the already-missed "The Exorcist," or in "House of Cards," or as Pontius Pilate in NBC's "Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert!"

He's as thrilled as anyone to be joining the Netflix cast:

According to Variety, Season 3 is expected to cover the mid 1960s through the early 1970s. Princess Margaret and Tony, aka Lord Snowdon, were married in 1960 and divorced in 1978.

Although it's painful to lose the cast from the first two seasons, we're in good hands for Season 3 and Season 4. Olivia Colman is filling the big shoes of multi-award-winner Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II. Tobias Menzies is taking over from Matt Smith as the queen's husband, Prince Phillip. And of course HBC will entertain us all as Princess Margaret.

"The Crown" Season 3 is expected to start taping this July for a premiere on Netflix in 2019.

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