The Crown has been given the royal seal of approval from the Queen, it has been reported. Her Majesty is claimed to be an enormous fan of the favored Netflix drama, which paperwork the early years of her reign and her marriage to Prince Phillip. According to the Sunday Express, the present was really useful to the Queen by her son and daughter-in-law, the Earl and Countess of Wessex, who allegedly organised particular screenings of the present at Windsor Castle. A senior royal supply instructed the publication: “Edward and Sophie love The Crown.”
The Crown will get royal seal of approval from the Queen
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The insider added: “It has been a longstanding arrangement that they drive to Windsor at the weekend to join the Queen for an informal supper while watching TV or a film. They have a Netflix account and urged her to watch it with them. Happily, she really liked it, although obviously there were some depictions of events that she found too heavily dramatised.”
Written by Peter Morgan and directed by Stephen Daldry, the ten-part Netflix collection sees Claire Foy tackle the function of the monarch, whereas former Doctor Who star Matt Smith performs Prince Philip and Vanessa Kirby portrays the Queen’s sister, Princess Margaret. The interval drama follows younger Elizabeth II as she turns into Queen after the devastation of World War II, and sees the royal withstand the challenges of a being a mom, a spouse, a sister and a monarch.
Claire Foy performs the Queen within the Netflix drama
Another member of the Royal Family who additionally loves the present is the Queen’s granddaughter Princess Eugenie. Earlier this month, Eugenie instructed the viewers on the China Exchange in London: “I did watch a couple of episodes of The Crown. It is filmed beautifully. The music is wonderful, the story is beautiful. You feel very proud to watch it. I can’t speak for everyone but that’s how I felt when I watched it.”
Netflix present 'The Crown' will get the royal seal of approval from Queen Elizabeth by: Steve Melvin published: