Royal stage-door-johnnies are well thought of the fact that members of the British royal family have acutely binge-watched their family history play out on The Crown. Prince William Lashes out at ‘The Crown’ Makers for Exploiting Parents to Make Money.
Moreover, ‘The Crown’ makers blasted by Prince William for trifling with his parents to cash in on their misery. Why Prince William is not giving a nod to Netflix series The Crown? Let’s check out in this Story!
Prince William is nit-picking to the Netflix series The Crown’s inexact vignette of the royal fold. The show’s season 4, which finally gives an intuition into Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s rowdy marriage, has been darned by the Duke of Cambridge who presumes the makers subjugated his parents to cash in on their misery.
Prince William Lashes out at ‘The Crown’ Makers for Exploiting Parents to Make Money
The show lays out scenes of Prince Charles lingually abusing Princess Diana and her confronting him about Camilla at their wedding rehearsal. Though, royal experts have thrown down the gauntlet by saying these events never happened.
Former royal aide Dickie Arbiter said,
“Some viewers may not realize that the series is not an accurate depiction of true events.”
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams revealed to the Daily Mail
“William would find the drama ‘deeply intrusive’ with a ‘malign and ill-mannered’ portrayal of senior royals.”
According to The Times,
“William thinks the creators of the show have misrepresented his parents and exploited them in a false, simplistic way to make money.”
The royal biographer Penny Junor said,
“Prince Charles would be incredibly upset by the series. It’s the cruellest and unfair and horrible portrayal of almost all of them. It is stressing to draw a scene wherein Charles’ great-uncle, Lord Mountbatten, told him how the royal family believes his relationship with Camilla is a disgrace is just not historically accurate.”
Prince William Lashes out at ‘The Crown’ Makers for ‘Exploiting Parents to Make Money’
“We appreciate that readers of The Guardian may enjoy this fictionalized interpretation of historical events but they should do so knowing that the royal household is not complicit in interpretations made by the programmed. The royal household has never agreed to vet or approve content, has not asked to know what topics will be included, and would never express a view as to the program’s accuracy.”
The curiosity created by the Royals provokes many viewers to get into the show.