The Yorkshire Filming Location Used For Key Scene In S6 Of ‘The Crown’

The Yorkshire Filming Location Used For Key Scene In S6 Of ‘The Crown’

The Crown series six part one is set to take to our screens more. So we’ve taken a look at where the Netflix drama about the Royal Family The Crown Yorkshire filming locations are across God’s Own Country.

Series six of The Crown is dominated by the deaths of Princes Diana and Dodi Fayed and the British royal family members in the wake of the tragic event. The first part consists of four episodes and airs on Netflix today (16th November), with the following six episodes released on 14th December.

Netflix production was seen filming a range of locations across Yorkshire over a few months last year – and we can’t wait to see them in one of the streaming platform’s biggest and most popular series.

Watch the trailer for Netflix series The Crown series 6 part 1 below:

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Check the filming locations for The Crown in Yorkshire below:

York Minster was used as St George’s Chapel to show the wedding of Charles and Camilla – it’s a popular tourist attraction and you can visit it most times of year. The wedding took place in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall on 9th April, 2005. It was followed by a Church of England Service of Prayer and Dedication at St George\s chapel, which will be the York Minster in series six.

The wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles took place in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall, on 9 April 2005. was followed by a Church of England Service of Prayer and Dedication at St George’s Chapel

That is the only spot used in Yorkshire for the new series, but we’ve put together of some of the other spots in the previous series.

Other spots included the The grade I-listed Wentworth House the beautiful stately home in near Rotherham. It was used as a location for events involving the royal family during the first half of the 1990s.

Also, Bradford and Hull were used. Hull city centre was transformed Hull city centre saw 300 extras descend upon the area, for scenes set in the 1940s, for ‘flashback’ scenes to Queen Elizabeth’s teenage years.

We can’t wait for the new series tonight. It’ll be a binge-fest for sure as it feels a long time waiting for the sixth series of Netflix’s The Crown.

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