Duchess Camilla Will Watch The New Season Of 'The Crown': "This Won't Fuss Her In The Slightest"
A source close to the royal family assured that the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker, would have no problems watching the new season of the hit Netflix series The Crown, which depicts the relationship she had with her now-husband, Prince Charles, while he was still married to Lady Diana.
Despite the multiple reports that the series The Crown has unleashed problems between the royal family and some royal experts, there is a member of the monarchy who would have no problems enjoying the fourth season of the successful Netflix original series. Reportedly, the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker, would enjoy the English series accompanied with a glass of wine, according to a close friend and Vanity Fair. The source noted that Prince Charles's wife has "a wonderful sense of humor" and has even watched some of the previous seasons of The Crown.
Camilla Parker "would have no problems" in seeing The Crown
Unlike other royal media, Camilla Parker has no problem enjoying the portrayal of her life on the hit series The Crown, which premiered its fourth season on November 15.
According to a close friend of the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles's wife has seen a few seasons of the show. "I don’t think she has any real issue with it. Her feeling is very much 'never complain, never explain.'" they said.
"I imagine she’ll be tuning in with a glass of red wine to watch it, she has seen the previous series. She has a wonderful sense of humor and this won’t fuss her in the slightest," the source revealed to Vanity Fair.
Camilla Parker: One of the "villains" of The Crown
Although certain moments of the plot have been denied by royal experts, the series The Crown has allowed the public to learn a little more about the intimate life of the British monarchy.
* This section of the article may contain spoilers for The Crown *
Although in its first three seasons the series created by Peter Morgan - also the writer of the film The Queen- had only focused on the relationship of Queen Elizabeth II (Olivia Colman) with power and her family, in its most recent chapters the controversial relationship that existed between Prince Charles (Josh O'Connor) and Princess Diana is addressed (Emma Corrin), marking Camilla (Emerald Fennell) as one of the greatest villains in history.