It is a breathtaking image. This Tuesday, December 1, Charles Spencer wanted to share with his subscribers the view he enjoys in his home in Althorp, Northamptonshire. On his Twitter account, Princess Diana’s brother has published a magnificent shot of this house in which he grew up, with his sister Lady Di, plunged in a light autumn fog. A sublime vision, which has much more to Internet users. They were quick to congratulate Count Spencer and recall the memory of Lady Diana, who felt so good in her family’s domain. In the middle of this area, Charles Spencer can also breathe and clear his head. Because like other members or close to the British Crown, the brother of the Princess of Hearts was outraged to see his life staged in the last season of the series The Crown. On the set of Love Your Weekend, he had expressed his fears.
“What worries me is that people see a program like this and forget it’s fiction. They look at The Crown like they’ve taken a history lesson. well, it’s not, Charles Spencer regretted. It’s very hard, there’s a lot of guesswork and a lot of inventions. You can hang it on the facts, but the middle elements are not facts. ” More than twenty years after the death of his adored sister, he explained that he wanted to honor her memory: “I consider it my duty to defend her when I can. She left me for example as guardian of her sons , so I feel like a trust was passed on. And we grew up together, you know if you grow up with someone, it’s always that person no matter what happens to them later. So yeah, I feel that I have a role to play in honoring his memory. ” And that’s what he does in Althorp, where Lady Di has been resting since her tragic accident.
Winter at @AlthorpHouse pic.twitter.com/brKWdaWv8h
– Charles Spencer (@ cspencer1508) December 1, 2020
Charles Spencer “disappointed” Elizabeth II
Like him, the British secretary of culture, Oliver Dowden, explained that he wanted Netflix to specify the fictional character of The Crown. “I fear that a generation of viewers who have not experienced these events may mix reality and fiction,” he assured the Daily Mail, described “a beautifully produced work of fiction” and asking that it be “soon the beginning that it is only fiction “. This is the first time that the Crown and Charles Spencer have agreed. As the Daily Express pointed out, he had “disappointed” and “saddened” Her Majesty, during his speech at his sister’s funeral, declaring that Lady Di “did not need a royal title to continue to generate her own magic” : “It’s a tribute to her composure and her strength. Despite having the most bizarre life imaginable after her childhood, she has remained intact, true to herself.”
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