In the royal palace everyone is worried about the fifth season of 'The Crown'. Damages the reputation of King Charles
Buckingham Palace is worried about the reputation of King Charles, after "The Crown" has announced the launch of the fifth season, on November 9.
This season will deal with Charles' infidelity with Camilla and the divorce with Diana.
Over the weekend, a trailer released by "The Crown" showed Princess Diana, portrayed by Elizabeth Debicki, and Prince Charles, played by Dominic West, preparing for television interviews about their relationship.
The release will come two months after Charles stepped down as king and is awaiting his coronation.
In the Royal Palace they are worried because it is not a documentary, but a drama and the director will certainly give more of himself.
A friend of King Charles, who remains anonymous, says the series is exploitative.
"What people forget is that there are real human beings and real lives at the center of this," says Charles' friend.
The new season was neither postponed nor altered because of Queen Elizabeth's death.
The fifth season will cover the years 1990 to 1992.
It will begin with Sir John Major as Prime Minister and end with the arrival of Tony Blair.