New photos from the upcoming sixth and final season of "The Crown" have been released.
In the first look photos -- stills from "The Crown" season 6, part one -- young Prince Harry and Prince William, portrayed by Fflyn Edwards and Rufus Kampa, respectively, are seen with their parents Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki) and Prince Charles (Dominic West).
Several photos of Salim Daw as Mohamed Al-Fayed and Khalid Abdalla as Dodi Fayed were also released.
The upcoming season will continue to follow the story of Britain's royal family. The previous season chronicled the modern history of the royal family, including Diana and Charles' divorce.
It's been hinted that Prince William and Princess Kate's early love story -- including how they met -- will be depicted in the upcoming season, as well as the wedding of Charles and now-Queen Camilla.
The show originally premiered in November 2016, with the first season depicting the marriage of then-Princess Elizabeth (played by Claire Foy) and Philip Mountbatten (played by Matt Smith), as well as Elizabeth's ascent to the throne.
Last week, it was announced that "The Crown" season 6 will arrive in two parts. Part one will be available to stream Nov. 16, and part two will arrive Dec. 14.