Even The crown The creator, Peter Morgan said that his Netflix series does not report current events taking place within the royal family, he is interested to see how the past and present connect.
Her stunning royal family legend will finally introduce the late Princess Diana (Emma Corin) in the coming fourth season. As we learn more about the girl who will bring the royal family back to the head, Morgan says it is difficult not to draw parallels between the late princess and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
Season 4 of ‘The Crown’ introduces Princess Diana
On November 15, Netflix will begin Season 4 of its seriously recognized series, The crown. The show chronicles the life of Queen Elizabeth (Olivia Coleman) and reigns both inside and outside Buckingham Place.
Season 4 of the series opens in the 1970s and will be followed by Britain’s first female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) and her strained relationship with the queen.
In addition, this season will also introduce Princess Diana who married Prince Charles (Josh O’Conner) in 1981 when she was just 19 years old. Netflix’s press release for the upcoming season reads, “While Charles’ romance with a young Lady Diana Spencer provides a lot -The need for a fairy to unite British citizens, behind closed doors door, the Royal family is increasingly divided. ”
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Meghan Markle does not mesh with the British royal family
From her own words following her separation and her subsequent divorce from Prince Charles, we know that Princess Diana was having a very difficult time with the royal family. He often felt isolated and isolated and he did not know what he had signed up for.
Many of those similarities can be found in Meghan, daughter-in-law of the late princess. Although Meghan left a royal life, a royal expert, Omid Scobie believed he could not thrive in the royal family because it was not built for his success.
“When we look at the immediate royal family, I think they clearly support Harry and Meghan to some extent,” Scobie told The Cut. “Unfortunately the institution itself is not built to handle an incoming that is different or very different like Meghan.
He further reflected, “It is embarrassing because I think the royal family has such an incredible opportunity to be seen as inclusive and diverse and progressive. And it is gone now, ending a very short chapter for the monarchy.”
This is why Princess Diana and Meghan Markle struggled with the royal family, according to the creator of ‘The Crown
Even The crown ending well before Meghan’s time as king, Morgan sees some similarities between the Duchess of Sussex and Princess Diana. “If you come in [the royal family] on any agenda for yourself – or if you go in and connect with the public in a threatening way to change the way the royal family connects with the public – that is something that is not particularly comfortable to sit on for both sides, ”he said. he Vanity Fair.
Connecting the princess’ journey to Meghan and Megxit, The crown The creator said the parallels are very clear. “Diana insists on adapting to the institution in such a way that it is impossible not to see the similarities between Meghan Markle and Harry,” he said. “So the story feels both incredibly clear in history, but it also really shines a lot of light on where we are today.”