December 8, 2017 will be released the second season of the "The Crown" series, in which viewers will see the following stages of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Ten series will tell about the Suez crisis, the espionage scandal that caused the resignation of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, the visit to the UK of the Kennedy family and other events of the stormy sixties.
The fans of the series, of course, are interested in how much the screen reflection of the life of the British royal family is true. It is known that Elizabeth II approved the first season, among the fans of the series there is also Prince Edward, whose birth will be told one of the episodes of the second season (the prince was born in 1963).
Fans of the queen can immerse themselves in the world of the series, having visited the places where his episodes were shot: filming of the first season took place in the cathedral of Ili in Cambridgeshire, the second – in the fortress of Belvoir on the bank of the Jordan River. There is an opportunity to get ahead of the crew by visiting the places in which the events of the royal saga will move in the next series. Scriptwriter, British playwright Peter Morgan has already announced that there will be at least sixty of them.
The Edinburgh Hotel The Balmoral has prepared a program of individual tours to the resting places of the royal family. Guests of the luxury suite can visit Balmoral Castle, where British monarchs spend the summer (the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II also visited his grandmother's grandmother), and then refreshments at the Rothesay Rooms restaurant – the school of young cooks was opened by Prince Charles himself .