Could the royal family sue The Crown series?

the essential The family would have sought legal advice to attack the producers of The Crown, according to the British press. The latter would oversee the events discussed in the fifth season, broadcast at the end of the year 2022.

At the end of the year 2022, the Netflix series The Crown will air its fifth season. Tracing the life of Queen Elisabeth II from her youngest age to her reign, the hit series won the Best Drama Series at the Emmy Awards 2021. However, at the dawn of a new broadcast, it could draw the wrath of the royal family.

The site The Sun reveals in this sense that relatives of the Windsors have contacted their lawyers, the firm Farrer & Co and Harbottle & Lewis. They are reportedly considering legal action against the series and have reportedly sought legal advice that would apply to the Royal Family as well. The controversial events discussed in the next season are said to be at issue. This season should pick up the complicated year of the queen in 1992, as well as the divorce of Charles and Diana, but also the fallout from Lady Diana’s death in 1997, according to the UK site.

An episode could also be entirely devoted to the controversial interview of Lady Diana with Martin Bashir in 1995. According to a Sun source, the Queen’s attorneys are monitoring the series closely.

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