Scenes from the first and third episodes of season four of the award-winning historical drama about Britain's Royal Family, were filmed at Warwickshire stately home Ragley Hall over two days in January.
This latest season, which is now available to watch in full on Netflix, unravels the timeline of the relationship between Prince Charles and Diana Spencer (later Princess Diana).
Over the years, the Ragley estate has been the location for a variety of film projects from being a stately setting for The Scarlett Pimpernel starring Ian McKellen to mirroring The Palace of Versailles in a 2 episode arc in Doctor Who in which David Tennant was welcomed as the Tenth Doctor.
Ragley also became the home of Lady Cremone in BBC Two Drama Dancing on The Edge.
Ragley's head of events Sophie Stelling said: "Having such an esteemed production at Ragley in 2020 was a fantastic way to start the year, which has been a somewhat difficult time for our industry.
"Seeing the concept come to life from initial meetings with the production teams and seeing initial set design sketches, to being able to watch the final delivered scenes, has been a hugely positive experience to be a part of this year.
"Ragley looks forward to opening the doors to events and other projects once again in 2021."