Avid watchers of “The Crown” can rest easy now that the Netflix series has been confirmed for a second season. The series, which follows the royal Windsor family and Queen Elizabeth II’s ascent to the throne, has garnered a loyal following since the show’s debut in early November. 

Claire Foy, who bears an uncanny resemblance to a young Queen Elizabeth, will return for the second season. As for a potential Princess Diana appearance, viewers will have to wait until the end of season three, Travelers Today reported Monday.

Most, if not all, characters are expected to return. Viewers can also rest easy knowing that the series is reportedly slated to run for six seasons, according to Harper's Bazaar. That said, fans should ready themselves to see the existing actors move on after season two, as the characters continue to grow up.

Viewers will also be able to get a better sense of Prince Phillip’s background. In addition, Elizabeth’s eldest son, Prince Charles (who would later father Prince William and Harry with the late Princess Diana), will play more of a role in the second season, according to People.com.

“We start to focus on Charles as a young boy and his education, and on Philip and his back story,” Peter Morgan, the show’s creator and writer, told People.com Dec. 27.

Season two is expected to feature Britain and the royal family from around 1957 through 1964 -- so no sign of Princess Di, yet. However, she will appear in “The Crown” toward the end of season three and is said to be heavily featured in the fourth and fifth seasons.

The production for season two is still underway, but the series is expected to debut in the fall of 2017.