The Crown, the series that crushes the English monarchy

INVESTIGATION –The fourth season of Netflix’s hit show, which mixes fact and fiction in its painting of the Thatcher years, and sourly evokes the pangs of Prince Charles and Lady Di’s relationship, has angered Buckingham Palace. Some observers fear that the image of the Crown will end up tarnished.

Correspondent in London

Some privacy with reality is unbearable. When season 4 of the series The Crown was launched, last November Dominic Witherow sent tasty lines to the mail readers of the Telegraph. “As loyal royalists, my wife and I decided to watch the new episodes of the series in order to identify inaccuracies and untruths, wrote this resident of Woking, Surrey, but, despite warnings from the press, we were not prepared for the depth of injustice thus exposed, especially vis-à-vis Prince Charles. “ Dominic Witherow was shocked by the deplorable fly-fishing technique the directors loaned to the Prince of Wales in a scene set in Iceland: “To imagine a self-respecting fisherman casting his line in such a catastrophic way is already appalling, but then to suggest that such a throw could result in the catch of a salmon is tantamount to gross negligence – almost

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