Her closest counselor tells her, "You married a wild spirit".
Season 2 will be the last to feature the show's current stars.
"I've been queen barely 10 years and in that time, I've had three prime ministers", she confidently declares.
The trailer above shows some of the struggles a now-seasoned Queen Elizabeth II will be dealing with: scandal, possible infidelity, and the ever-fickle love of her people. According to The Crown creator Peter Morgan, the season will really delve into the Prince's psyche, as well as his alleged affairs. "I've learnt more about humiliation in the past few weeks than I'd hoped I would in a lifetime". Elizabeth's marriage, her relationship (or lack of thereof) with her children and her constant support of her sister's whims slowly became of minor importance, as Elizabeth was faced with the real weight of the crown.
Looking into season 2 there is going to be a bit of a time jump: A ten year time jump in fact.
This time period also sees the Queen meet President John F. Kennedy, who will be played by Michael C. Hall and Jackie Kennedy, played by Jodi Balfour.
However, there's clearly some marital issues as Elizabeth suggests that she has no one to trust in a frank conversation with her husband.
The streaming service also released more first look photos, which include one of the Queen pregnant.
Season 1 won two Golden Globe awards, both for Best Television Series-Drama and Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama for Foy. In addition, Netflix announced The Crown's second season will premiere on Friday, December 8, 2017, with all of the season's episodes available immediately for binge-watching.