After months of speculation, Netflix has finally rounded out its main cast for The Crown's third season!
We already knew that British actress Olivia Colman, who you may have seen in the recent film Murder On The Orient Express, would be replacing Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II in the third season and without written confirmation, we can safely assume that yes, Helena Bonham Carter will be the show's new Princess Margaret.
A few months back, it was rumoured that Paul Bettany would be cast as the new Prince Phillip, however, he had to pull out because of scheduling conflicts (probably because of his massive role in The Avengers franchise).
Today, though, Netflix has announced that Tobias Menzies will be taking to role of Prince Phillip in the third season.
Tobias first arrived on our TV screens as Edmure Tully, one of the Starks' allies in Game Of Thrones, before taking the role of Black Jack Randall in Outlander.
The actor has reportedly signed on for two seasons of the show and his debut will be filmed in winter.
There's no official premiere date for The Crown's third season yet, but at least now we all know who we can expect to see on screen when the show returns.