The Crown blasted for ‘piling suffering on Prince William’ with ‘breathtakingly insensitive’ scene


    The Crown’s depiction of Princess Diana’s ghost appearing in front of her ex-husband Prince Charles and the late Queen has been slammed by a royal expert as “breathtakingly insensitive.” The controversial scene, which will air later this month, comes following her death in Paris, and will see Princess Diana, played by Elizabeth Debicki, appear before a mourning Prince Charles, played by Dominic West. You Tube / NetflixThe Crown’s depiction of Princess Diana’s ghost has been blasted by royal expert Jennie Bond[/caption] PAPrince William (Rufus Kampa), Prince Charles (Dominic West) and Prince Harry (Fflyn Edwards), ahead of the release of the sixth series of The Crown[/caption] In a teaser from the imagined scene, which has caused outrage amongst fans, the late Princess tells him how much she loved him as he breaks down in tears. It comes after Charles was previously seen sobbing over her body in a hospital morgue in Paris. Diana tells him: “Thank you for how you were in the hospital. So raw, broken – and handsome. I’ll take that with me. “You know I loved you so much. So deeply, so painfully too. That’s over now. It will be easier for everyone with me gone.” In response to the backlash, a Netflix source said that Elizabeth’s appearances as Diana after her death are “visualisations of innermost thoughts” rather than “intended to be interpreted as supernatural.” Speaking to Fabulous, royal commentator and TV presenter Jennie Bond says Netflix should be ashamed: “I don’t care how ‘sensitive’ the Netflix executives say they have been. FABULOUS VEGAS: JOIN TO CLAIM £100 BONUS PLUS 50 FREE SPINS “Depicting William’s dead mother as a ghost is tasteless, ghoulish and breathtakingly insensitive. And portraying her in the days that led up to her death, and her funeral, is shockingly thoughtless, painful and unnecessary. “How would any of us feel if a TV drama decided to dramatise our mother’s sudden and tragic death? We all know what happened to Diana, and if you don’t, look it up online. “There is absolutely no excuse for piling on the suffering that William, and Harry, have endured since that day in 1997. Shame on Netflix.” The scenes were blasted by fans on social media – with one calling it totally “vile.” “Please let Diana rest after this,” wrote one. A second commented: “I saw a clip of the Princess Diana ghost clip and it was vile. One of the worst things I’ve ever seen.” Season 6 of The Crown will be split into two parts, with the first four episodes featuring the story up to Diana’s funeral being released from November 16. The second installment of six episodes, which will conclude with Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles’ wedding, will be released on December 14. You Tube / NetflixPrincess Diana’s ghost will also reappear in front of the late Queen, played by Imelda Staunton[/caption]

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