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Where was the 'The Crown' filmed?

Where was the 'The Crown' filmed?

GloucestershireOne of the first-timers is Highgrove, the Gloucestershire estate brought into the royal fold in 1980 as a home for Charles. Margaret’s travails in Season 3 also took her to The Glen, Scottish seat of Colin Tennant, 3rd Baron Glenconner, with footage filmed at Rhinefield House Hotel in Brockenhurst, Hampshire and nearby Peebles, where she made a shopping trip, filmed even further south, in Rye on the Sussex coast. AdvertisementArdverikie House Getty ImagesClarence HouseWe’ll also see Clarence House, where the young Queen grew up and where the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret now return, filmed as before at High Canons House in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire. Season 3 took in Wales, with Charles’s 1969 investiture, remarkably, filmed in the place itself, amid the Edwardian battlements of Caernarfon Castle, and the Queen’s visit to the site of the Aberfan disaster of 1966 filmed in Cwmaman. The Crown Season 4 is available to stream on Netflix from 15 November 2020Like this?

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