The Crown was nominated for three Golden Globes in total, one for Claire Foy (Queen Elizabeth) as Best Actress in a drama series, another for best drama series and one for John Lithgow (Winston Churchill) as best supporting actor in a miniseries. I'm happy to announce that the show managed to take home two trophies last night.

One for the whole cast of The Crown and one from the gorgeous and sparkly (literally!) Claire Foy as Best Actress in a TV drama series. Among others, Claire Foy was joined by creator Peter Morgan, John Lithgow and Gillian Anderson (that still gives me hope she'll be cast for a role at some point in the future) thanking none other than Queen Elizabeth II. because without her she wouldn't have been up on that stage.

She also said that "I think the world could do with a few more women in the center of it."

Watch her full speech below. Congratulations to Claire and the whole cast of The Crown and thank you for all the work so many people put into this. 

The Crown is suspected to return with a second season in autumn 2017. In the meantime catch up on season one on Netflix.