HIT Netflix series The Crown returned to our screens this weekend and eagle-eyed viewers might notice a familiar location.

Two scenes of the fourth instalment of the award-winning show were filmed at Winchester Cathedral in January this year.

Charles and Diana’s wedding and Lord Mountbatten’s funeral where both filmed at the cathedral, respectively transformed into St Paul’s Cathedral and Westminster Abbey.

During filming Helena Bonham Carter was seen in costume as the grieving Princess Margaret and Olivia Colman, who plays Queen Elizabeth, was spotted in the Cathedral Close.

Emma Corrin, in full makeup to look like Princess Diana, was also pictured walking around the back of the cathedral.

The show last came to Winchester in 2018, taking over the Guildhall and also shot several scenes of early shows in the Winchester College area around the Wykeham Arms in January 2016.

This time, crews set up cherry pickers to shine light through the cathedral windows to make it seem like summertime.

Lord Mountbatten's funeral was held in on a sunny day in September 1979 after he was killed by a bomb hidden on his fishing boat in Ireland. Charles and Diana also married on a hot day in July 1981.