What does the British family think of The Crown?
And while the Queen’s communications secretary told the New York Times that the royal family has no comment on The Crown and didn’t say whether they even watch it, credible reports support that the Queen watched the first season, and though she “really liked it,” she had concerns that some of it had been “too heavily …
Is the royal family upset about The Crown?
The British Royal Family are said to be unhappy with the new season of TV drama The Crown, with sources claiming that they have called the series “cruel” and “unfair”, and “trolling with a Hollywood budget.”
Do the Royals sleep in separate beds?
The Queen and Prince Philip are known to have separate bedrooms in keeping with an old aristocratic custom. In high society, it is not uncommon for married couples to sleep apart. However, this tradition is likely to have been overlooked by Prince William and Kate who are of a different generation.
Is The Crown true to life?
“The Crown is a blend of fact and fiction, inspired by true events,” royal historian Carolyn Harris, author of Raising Royalty: 1000 Years of Royal Parenting, tells Parade.com.
Did the royal family give permission for The Crown?
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.
Do Brits like The Crown?
“Her Majesty has seen the series and enjoyed it,” said one Palace insider. “She appreciates Mr. Morgan’s attention to detail and respect for history, but she’s also felt some of the events in the series have been a bit over the top.”
Has Prince Harry watched the crown?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle revealed they’ve seen “some of” Netflix’s The Crown after Oprah Winfrey compared the couple’s life to the most recent season of the hit show. … “I’m way more comfortable with The Crown than I am seeing the stories written about my family or my wife or myself.