King Charles ‘enjoyed’ old seasons of The Crown but new series will be ‘uncomfortable’, says pundit

An expert has claimed that King Charles “enjoyed” previous seasons of The Crown, but that the events of the new series would be “uncomfortable” for the King.

Royal expert Katie Nicholl – who wrote The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy and the Future of the Crown – claimed that the new episodes leading up to Diana’s tragic death were “so real for Prince William and Prince Harry and also difficult” as her mother’s “soul can never rest.” ‘.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the royal biographer said the events of the 1990s were a “deep moment” for the royal family.

Set to resume in the early 1990s, the plot will include Charles and Diana’s adultery, the late King’s controversial panoramic interview, and the infamous “tampongate” call between the King and Queen.

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According to royal critic Katie Nicholl, King Charles “enjoyed” the older seasons of The Crown. A portrait of the 73-year-old monarch in Glasgow on October 13, 2023

The new series The Crown will mark the end of Charles and Diana's marriage.  Pictured: A still from the drama shows the couple - played by Dominic West and Elizabeth Debicki - in crisis talks with the Queen, played by Imelda Staunton.

The new series The Crown will mark the end of Charles and Diana’s marriage. Pictured: A still from the drama shows the couple – played by Dominic West and Elizabeth Debicki – in crisis talks with the Queen, played by Imelda Staunton.

Royal expert Katie Nicholl says the new series will be

Royal expert Katie Nicholl said the new series would be “extremely challenging and real” for Prince Harry and Prince William. The Brothers at Windsor Castle on September 10, 2023

Katie said, “We don’t know if King will be watching this series. I can tell you he’s watched and enjoyed previous seasons of The Crown.

“I think the last series was very close to the bone.”

The final season of The Crown—starring Emma Corinne as Princess Diana and Josh O’Connor as Prince of Wales—suggested that Charles never stopped dating Camilla Parker Bowles, even after his engagement.

In addition, the expert claims that Prince William, 40, and Prince Harry, 38, will find their mothers’ final years “extremely difficult”.

The expert said that the brothers felt their mother

The expert said that the two brothers felt that their “mother’s spirit could not be calmed”. Princess Diana with Prince William and Prince Harry at the Heads of State Memorial Ceremony in Hyde Park on May 7, 1995

The new series will feature an interview

The new series will feature Newsnight’s controversial interview with Princess Diana. Picture of Elizabeth Debicki in the trailer

Katie continued: “This is the time they had to act so publicly. We heard Harry talk about the real impact he’s had on his life, and on William as well.

“You get the feeling that her mother’s spirit can never comfort her.

‘have found [that] It’s still really something very real and very difficult for them.

In May 2021, while appearing on Apple TV’s I Can’t See You, Prince Harry revealed that when he traveled to London, everything felt nervous “because of what happened to my mom and because of what I lived and what I saw”.

Meanwhile, Prince William fought back tears as he mentioned his mother in a touching speech when he unveiled the assassination memorial at Manchester Arena earlier this year.

Katie Nicholl said the show has started

Katie Nicholl said the show was “a bit close to the bone” for King Charles. His relationship with Queen Consort – played by Olivia Williams – will appear in the new series of the show.

The royal expert confirmed that their mother's last years were so

The royal expert emphasized that their mother’s final years were “a time when Harry and William had to live in public”. Sinan West played Prince William in the teaser trailer

The father of three said: “As someone who is grieving, I also know that often the most important thing for the bereaved is that those we have lost are not forgotten.

“It’s comforting to remember. By admitting they survived, though they were taken terribly soon. She changed our lives. They were loved and they are loved.”

Diana’s tragic death in a car crash in Paris in 1997 was covered in The Crown but is unlikely to be revealed until the final season, which is currently being filmed.

Earlier this week, show maker Peter Morgan responded to critics who accused the series of “exploiting” the royal family.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Peter admitted that the new season, which hits the streaming platform next month, doesn’t shy away from the “hard times” of the ’90s royal family.

The screenwriter described how King Charles will have “almost painful memories” of that time, “that doesn’t mean the story will be cruel to him or to the monarchy in hindsight.”

Meanwhile, Elizabeth Debicki – who has been cast as Diana in the new series – said the storylines were handled with “sensitivity, truth and complexity”.

The Crown teaser trailer showed Elizabeth Debicki in a replica of Diana's 'bulge' dress - complete with a V-neck bodice with off-the-shoulder design and a sheer train.

The trailer for Crown featured Elizabeth Debicki in a replica of Diana’s “revenge dress”—complete with a narrow V-neck bodice with off-the-shoulder design and a sheer train.

The new series, due to air next month, follows Charles who pressured Prime Minister John Major in a bizarre attempt to force his mother to abdicate.  The couple was photographed together in 1994

The new series, due to air next month, follows Charles who pressured Prime Minister John Major in a bizarre attempt to force his mother to abdicate. The couple was photographed together in 1994

Former Prime Minister John Major condemned the series because it based an episode on the “malicious and malicious lie” that Charles was urging to overthrow the Queen.

Friends described the portrayal of the new monarch as a treacherous scheme as “wrong, unfair and extremely harmful” and urged viewers to boycott the popular Netflix show. The new series, due to air next month, follows Charles who pressured Prime Minister John Major in a bizarre attempt to force his mother to abdicate.

But Sir John told The Mail on Sunday that the meeting never took place, describing the scene as “a barrel load of malicious nonsense”.

An informed source said, “All the one-on-one conversations you see on screen are pure fiction, and some scenes were created solely for dramatic and commercial purposes with little regard for the truth. People should boycott them.”

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