Ryan Murphy's 'Feud' Will Tackle the Marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana in Season Two

*Heart attack emoji*

Ryan Murphy's latest FX series, Feud, doesn't premiere until Sunday and already its been ordered for a second season—and boy will this one be BIG. For season two, Feud will tackle Prince Charles and Princess Diana's unhappy marriage, Variety reports.

Whoa. WHOA. WHOA.

We have so many questions. Who will play Charles? Much, much more importantly, who will play Diana? What does the royal family think about this? WHEN CAN WE WATCH?

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The first season of Feud will focus on the legendary Hollywood rivalry between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis in 1963, when the two were starring in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? A second season order ahead of the series' premiere shows a lot of confidence from FX, but it comes with good reason—this is Murphy's third anthology series for the network (the others being American Horror Story and American Crime Story).

Feud: Bette and Joan premieres Sunday, March 5 on FX.

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