Season 5 of The Crown is scheduled to release on Netflix on November 9, 2022.
Jan Moir, writer for the Daily Mail, wonders about the position that Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex will take.
The writer recalls how Netflix deals with the private life of the British royal family.
Season 5 of The Crown will be available on Netflix from November 9, 2022. This season of the very famous series on the British royal family focuses on the sulphurous years between 1990 and 1997. Jan Moir, correspondent for the Daily Mail, attracts our watch out for what Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex might think of this season. Jan Moir wonders if Prince Harry, 38, will not “revolt against this new offensive against the memory of his mother”. The writer wonders if Prince Harry isn’t going to “slam Netflix for the gross intrusion into Diana’s privacy in The Crown.”
Daily Mail’s Jan Moir takes a look at how season 5 episodes of the Netflix series portray the late Princess of Wales. Speaking of the “deceptive emotional embroidery” that the streaming giant has used so far in the series The Crown, the journalist-writer says she is outraged. “I found it shameful at the time, and it still is today. This week, we learn that the fifth series will continue in the same vein”, she wrote in the columns of the Daily Email of October 13, 2022.
Prince Harry: big dilemma for the Duke of Sussex vis-à-vis Netflix
“The Queen is always a cold fish; Charles is an insensitive bully; Diana, mad and marginalized, is a plotter who wears diamonds,” said Jan Moir. She also wonders if it’s fair to see scenes where we see Princess Diana, the mother of Prince Harry and Prince Charles, in the company of her lovers. Jan Moir recalls that it had been painful for Prince Harry to follow his mother’s coffin. On the other hand, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, 41, have also struck very lucrative deals with Netflix. Jan Moir wonders if the youngest son of Charles III will defend his mother’s honor or his contracts with Netflix.
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