The fourth season of the series ‘The Crown’ he comes with the British royal family. Focused on the unhappy marriage between Charles of England and Diana of Wales and in the prince’s infidelity with Camilla Parker Bowles, the episodes have brought old ghosts to the public.
Camilla Parker experienced a moment of hatred and anger when Lady Di died. Clearing his image and removing his beloved’s sanbenito and the cause of Princess Diana’s suffering took him decades. But ‘The Crown’ manages to revive it I hate the Duchess of Cornwall it seemed extinct.
Amparo de la Gama
The series does not only concern the royal family. Some politicians have also spoken out against Netflix. Both believe that the scenes shown in ‘The Crown’ do not correspond to facts and that there is a lot of fiction. They require Netflix to clarify this before each episode. They also hold it damage to the image of the monarchy provoked by each chapter can be irreversible.
In the specific case of Camilla Parker Bowles, concerns are growing by the minute. Prince Charles’ wife is attacked and insulted via social networks because it had not happened in many years.
So, a new step taken by Netflix, this time via its Twitter account, has filled the patience of the British royal family.
Through their Twitter account, NetflixFilm, they have marketed a documentary with the title ‘Diana: In her own words’, based on audio tapes that the princess secretly recorded for cinema Andrew Morton. The Netflix tweet reads as follows: “The documentary answers a lot of what you ask.”
The documentary DIANA: In Her own words, a lot answers what you ask pic.twitter.com/85gFfVir7h
– NetflixFilm (@NetflixFilm) December 1, 2020
The publication has been accompanied by real pictures that have been carefully edited with a voiceover of the late princess, where Camilla is not left in a good place. The account has over half a million followers and is also regularly marketed by the streaming platform’s main account, which has over nine million fans on Twitter alone.
The tension of insults and attacks on Camilla did not wait after the publication. Not just that. These have also been extended to the Queen, Isabel II, and her husband, Philip of Edinburgh.
Public hatred gradually spreads to the whole family, to their concern and indignation. Palacio sources say that the steps taken by Netflix are causing great anger. “It’s one thing to make a drama that even the author does not clarify is not entirely real, but for Netflix to use its social networks to create and publish material, it’s a corporate trolling: it’s pretty unfortunate “, assures a source to the Daily Mail.
The case has reached the political arena. Drumlean’s conservative Lord Forsyth has accused the American streaming giant of “cross a line” and has assured that he is willing to file a complaint to the House of Lords and to the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom: “What they do it’s totally shocking. That’s a lie, it’s a lie. And as the days go by without any action being taken on the subject, more and more people are watching this show and unfortunately people think it is a fact. ”