Lady Ann Glenconner, a close friend of the late Queen Elizabeth II, expressed her disapproval. the crown As he put it, the show is “complete fantasy”.
The British socialite, who was the late king’s maid of honor at his 1953 coronation, said the historical drama made her “so angry” that she stopped watching it.
“The trouble is that people, especially in America, absolutely believe it. It’s very disturbing,” Lady Glinkner told BBC Radio 4’s Women’s Hour.
“I don’t watch The Crown anymore because it makes me so angry. And it’s so unfair to the royals,” said Glenn Connor, who served as Princess Margaret’s lady-in-waiting for more than three decades. Perform services.
Breaking down a scene in Season 2 of the series in which Prince Philip forces his sister, Princess Cecile of Greece, to board the flight that resulted in her death, Glenn Connor said that This is “completely wrong”.
“And I think it’s very hurtful to say something like that about people,” she noted. “No one wants their relationship to be trashed like that.”
This comes after a Netflix spokesperson said, “The Crown has always been presented as a drama based on historical events.”
The statement added: “Series five is a fantasy drama, imagining what might have happened behind closed doors during a pivotal decade for the royal family – which journalists, biographers and historians has already been examined and well documented.”