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Smith explained that the monarch and Duke had to adapt to the changes in private. We're entering the '60s and the world is changing around them in quite significant ways.
Like always with the royal family, they're having to adapt but they're having to do it away from the public." John Lithgow's steady (Emmy-award winning) performance as the Prime Minister was essential to the show's first season, but he likely won't be back.
And on Wednesday, she took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a sizzling snapshot of her body as she lounged on a beach.
The former Geordie Shore star, 27, took a snapshot of herself resting on a sun lounger on the golden shores of the popular tourist destination as she wore a skimpy bronze bikini, in which she displayed her incredibly taut stomach and lean legs.
In the minute-long clip above, the Queen tells her sister, "You're drinking far more than you used to." To which Margaret retorts, "Why do you think that is? Fans of Downton Abbey will recognize Princess Margaret's love interest as none other than Lady Mary's second husband.
Matthew Goode, perhaps best known for playing Henry Talbot on the long-running Masterpiece series, would take on the role of Armstrong-Jones, a royal photographer who became Lord Snowdon after he married the Queen's sister.
(If you want to read up on the tempestuous relationship between Princess Margaret and her husband before the second season drops, dive into the true story of their love affair, here.)British royalty will meet the American kind—Michael C.
Hall will play JFK and Jodi Balfour has been cast as Jackie.
The series will reportedly also show the Queen hearing how Jackie "badmouthed" her at a later party. Hall [who plays Jack Kennedy] is just incredible."The Kennedy's aren't the only iconic part of the '60s that will impact the season.
You've got to have family around you at this time of year, haven't you?