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What name is Elizabeth II called by her close family?

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Seasons 1 through 4 portray five decades of fashion

The Crown begins in 1947, before Elizabeth is Queen, and continues until 1990. Because the show is based on historical figures, the costume department had endless options to recreate a world that felt authentic while nailing the personal style of the monarch and her family. Season 3 and 4 costume designer Amy Roberts focused on using fashion to add tension to the story. She paid particular attention to how the fashion of characters like Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Princess Diana contrasted with the Queen's own style and personality. Season 1 and 2 designer Michele Clapton created many original designs and worked with a team of 40 cutters, sewers, and costumers to recreate the world of the aristocratic 1950s and 1960s, the beginning of the new Elizabethan era. Another season 2 costumer, Jane Petrie, created a different wardrobe for Elizabeth to wear at each of her different residences. Fans of the show will easily recall the difference between Elizabeth's style at Buckingham Palace versus Balmoral Castle.

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