Princess Diana’s Brother Worries Viewers Will Forget The Crown is Fictional
The royal drama of Netflix welcomes Princess Diana to her newly debuted fourth season, but Charles Spencer said on Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh, airing this Sunday, that the show contains a “lot of conjecture and a lot of invention.”
“You can hang it on fact, but the bits in between are not fact,” said the 9th Earl Spencer, a historian and author whose latest book,” The White Ship, chronicles one of the greatest disasters in England.
Americans Have Watched The Crown Like A Lesson In History
Asked by Titchmarsh if there’s a reluctance on his part to watch, Diana’s younger brother said.“There is a bit. Actually, The Crown asked if they could film at Althorp [the Spencer family’s ancestral home], and I said obviously not. The worry for me is that people see a program like that and they forget that it is fiction. They assume, especially foreigners, I find Americans tell me they have watched The Crown as if they have taken a history lesson. Well, they haven’t.”
Spencer said that he feels “very passionately” that he has a duty to “honour her memory.”
“I feel it is my duty to stand up for her when I can,” he said about fixing the inaccuracies of her life. “She left me, for instance, as guardian of her sons, so I feel there was a trust passed on And we grew up together. If you grow up with somebody they are still that person — it doesn’t matter what happens to them later.”
Emma Corrin Understands the Criticism that Follows
The cast and producer of The Crown reiterated that the show imagines happenings inside the royal family—with Emma Corrin, who plays Diana, stating that she acknowledges the criticism.
She understands why people will be angry because this is history. And even with Diana,” it’s still really new, all that’s going to happen,” Corrin, 24, said at the Tamron Hall Show. “So I really understand why people will be upset.”
The BBC is Yet to Apologize for Falsification of Bank Statements On Princess Diana
Spencer recently accused the BBC of giving him a piecemeal apology for using fabricated documents that were used to help secure Princess Diana’s famous BBC Panorama interview with Martin Bashir 25 years ago.
The BBC has yet to apologise for what really matters here the incredibly serious falsification of bank statements suggesting that Diana’s closest trustees were spying on her for her enemy, according to Spencer.
They’re saying Diana wasn’t fooled. They ignored my investigation as to whether the apology for their false bank statements applies to those who actually convinced Diana to meet Bashir.
“This was what led me to talk to Diana about such things. This in turn led to the meeting where I introduced Diana to Bashir, on 19 September 1995. This then led to the interview. The BBC have so far refused to acknowledge the above”
Prince William Supported The Inquiry Into His Mother’s Interview
Earlier this week the BBC reported that the company had appointed former British Supreme Court Judge John Dyson, Lord Dyson, to conduct an independent inquiry.
Attempted, Prince William supported the inquiry into his mother’s interview saying, “The independent investigation is a step in the right direction. It should help to establish the truth behind the actions that led to the Panorama interview and the subsequent decisions taken by those in the BBC at the time.”