Late Princess Diana’s brother, Charles Spencer has expressed his concerns over Netflix’s “The Crown,” as he made it known that there were a lot of fabricated stories in the plot.
While many fans are seemingly getting insights on the affairs of the British royal household through Netflix-produced show, “The Crown,” late Princess Diana’s brother, Charles Spencer believes there are some hitches and a “lot of conjecture.”
In a recent interview, Spencer tendered his worries about the television show, making it known that viewers could get carried away and believe the series’ plot was non-fiction.
He noted that while watching the show, he felt uneasy a few times when the invented plot comes in. He also admitted that there were facts in the scripted story. He stated in his interview that people sometimes get carried away with TV shows and forget that they are fiction. He also mentioned that:
“They assume, especially foreigners, I find Americans tell me they have watched The Crown as if they have taken a history lesson…”
Spencer, who is the 9th Earl of his household made it known that it was his duty to protect his sister’s memories and denounce any untrue opinions about her. Spencer added that Princess Diana made him her kids’ guardian upon her death, and that indicates her trust.
[Princess Diana] had an interview with Bashir where she bared it all and opened up about the unhappy details in her marriage to Prince Charles.
The people's princess' brother also added that “The Crown's” producers had earlier contacted him to film some scenes at their ancestral home in Althorp, but he declined their request.
Updates about the mystery of Princess Diana’s famous royal marriage show that BBC is carrying out a new investigation as to how a reporter Martin Bashir was granted an interview by the late Princess.
The occurrence which happened 25-years-ago showed how the late royal had an interview with Bashir where she bared it all and opened up about the unhappy details in her marriage to Prince Charles.
According to BBC, Bashir was granted the interview on fraudulent basis as he was reported to have drawn fake bank statements stating that the royal employees were paid.
So far Prince Williams has given his consent about the investigation. Once speaking about his and Princess Diana’s childhood, Spencer opened up that they endured childhood trauma and loneliness after their parents separated.
He added that Diana was five years old at the time and kept on waiting on their mom’s promise of returning. She never returned and it took 20 years of therapy to get him out of that trauma.