Lord Drumlion Forsyth, a former Tory minister under John Major, accused the streaming giant of “breaking a limit”. The fourth season of The Crown, released last month, has sparked controversy over its portrayal of the relationship between Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana.
Charles portrays Camilla Parker continuing her relationship with Bells shortly after he marries Diana.
Shortly before the IRA was assassinated, Lord Mountbatten wrote a letter to Prince Prince sternly advising him.
Netflix has also released a documentary, ‘Diana: In Her Own Words’, in which the princess is secretly produced by Andrew Morton, her biographer.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, a royal insider said the documentary was “one-sided” and “looks like corporate trolling.”
Referring to the Lord of Netflix, Forsyth added: “What they are doing is absolutely shocking.
“It simply came to our notice then.
“Every day without any action on this issue, more and more people are watching this program and unfortunately people believe it is stuff.
“If Netflix is also using a corporate account, the control case is even stronger.”
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“They clearly use an interactive and exciting program to promote commercial interests.
“The Royals have no right to respond.
“It’s devastating, ugly and uncomfortable.”
Culture Secretary Oliver Danden wrote to Netflix asking them to clarify that the crown was fictitious.
Diana’s brother, Earl Spencer, suggested that the show start with a rebuttal.
He said: “I think it would be very helpful to say at the beginning of each episode, ‘This is not true, but it’s based on some real events.'”
Peter Morgan, the creator of the show, responded to criticism during his appearance on The Crown podcast, in which he admitted that some scenes were “made in my head”.
However, he argued that it was used to dramatize the feelings that existed in the royal family.
Earlier this year, Netflix announced that it had reached a mega deal with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Harry and Megan will produce documentaries, movies, and children’s shows for the streaming service.
Megan is not expected to return to acting, but both Royals may appear between the documentaries.
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