The highly-anticipated trailer for The Crown season three finally graced our screens yesterday and we cancelled any social events that'll interrupt our Netflix binge next month in the process.
But religious fans of the cult small screen drama, which is widely lauded for its historical accuracy, were quick to spot a right royal blunder in the sneak preview.
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In the first official trailer, The Firm struggles to ride the political uncertainty of the '60s and '70s with the need to "adapt to a new, more liberated, but also turbulent world". In particular, the Silver Jubilee celebrations are thrust into the spotlight this season with a heavy focus on Queen Elizabeth II's newfound fear of losing popularity with the nation.
Playing on this, footage of Her Majesty preparing for the big day decked in a powder pink skirt suit plays out on screen. Over scenes of excited flag-bearing spectators gathering outside the gates of Buckingham Palace, Her Majesty's Silver Jubilee date is announced over the radio.
"This is Jubilee day. This is a day as gruelling as the Queen's coronation 25 years ago," a mysterious character says over the tannoy.
But eagle-eyed watchers were quick to note that the statement is actually incorrect, as the historic day famously took place 24 years earlier in 1977.
The Queen was famously made monarch on February 6, 1952 but her crowning didn't take place until more than a year later on June 2, 1953.
But we have to admit that although we pride ourselves on being committed groupies of the Windsor clan, we were far too distracted by the drama unfolding under the Buckingham Palace roof to even notice.
With the brand new season comes a stellar new cast with Oscar-winner Olivia Colman stepping into Claire Foy's miniature heels and Tobias Menzes stealing Matt Smith's crown in the role of Prince Philip.
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If you can steer your eyes from the Silver Jubilee for one moment, it seems Prince Charles - played by Jack O'Connor - is stepping into the spotlight this season, as he reappears as a 20-something Cambridge University student struggling to understand the royal role thrust upon him.
In one standout scene, he is told to "watch out" for his family's intentions as his highly-publicised romance with Camilla Parker Bowles (née Shand) - played by Emerald Fennell - is introduced to viewers. In an admittedly rather brief preview, she is seen lounging in the bath tub twirling a cigarette in her fingers by candle light.
Meanwhile, Prince Charles is given advice by a mysterious character: "Never turn your back on true love".
We don't know about you, but next month can't come soon enough.
The Crown Season 3 premieres Sunday, November 17 on Netflix.