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Exploring the Royal Family's Interest in 'The Crown'

Exploring the Royal Family's Interest in 'The Crown'

The conclusive season of 'The Crown' unfolds in two parts, with the recent debut of its first four episodes.

Netflix unveiled the initial segment of the sixth and final season of The Crown on Thursday, potentially captivating some members of the royal family with its unfolding drama.

While Sara Nathan, Editor At Large for the New York Post, criticized the show's depiction of the late Queen Elizabeth, she also revealed insights into which royals might be tuning in or have already immersed themselves in the series.

"Intriguingly, a reliable source informs me that Queen Camilla is one of the few royals engrossed in 'The Crown,'" she revealed on Page Six, noting "at least the early episodes."

She elaborated, stating, "Kate Middleton, set to be portrayed in this final season, is believed to have watched alongside her mother, Carole Middleton."

This concluding season is divided into two parts, with the initial four episodes just released and an additional six scheduled to stream on December 14.

Previously, King Charles hinted at having viewed the show. During the state opening of the Scottish Parliament last year, the then-Prince of Wales reportedly remarked, "Hello, nice to meet you all. I'm nowhere near how they portray me on Netflix."

However, when it comes to Charles' estranged son, Prince Harry, it appears unlikely that he will tune into the new episodes.

PR expert Mayah Riaz, as reported by The Mirror, conveyed that the Duke of Sussex will "not watch the new series" because "it does not accurately reflect what he went through. He has talked about how upsetting that period was for him."

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