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‘The Crown’ Won’t Show Princess Diana’s Death Scene, Netflix Says

One of the most tragic chapters in the history of the British royal family will not be seen The crown.

The car accident that killed Princess Diana in 1997 will not appear on screens in the sixth and final season of the Emmy-winning docudrama, Netflix said in a statement news: “[Season 6] will not depict the crash contrary to some reports,” he added, “it will be scenes covering the preparation for and on [the] Aftermath.”

The crown is a fictional retelling of the seven-decade reign of the late British monarch Queen Elizabeth II, beginning with her marriage to Prince Philip in 1947 and extending into the 21st century. The character of Princess Diana was introduced in the final fourth season, where Emma Corrin played the Princess of Wales when she married Elizabeth’s eldest son, Prince Charles, and joined the royal family. Elizabeth Debicki is taking on the role of Diana beginning with the upcoming Season 5, which premieres on Streamer on Wednesday November 9th.

Season 5 picks up in the early 1990s when Charles and Diana’s marriage is falling apart. “Prince Charles is pressuring his mother to allow him to divorce Diana, which constitutes a constitutional crisis of the monarchy,” reads the official description. “Rumours circulate as husband and wife increasingly lead separate lives, and as media scrutiny intensifies, Diana decides to take control of her own narrative by violating family protocol to publish a book that will open the public eye.” undermines support for Charles and exposes the cracks in the House of Windsor.”

x ‘The Crown’ Won’t Show Princess Diana’s Death Scene, Netflix Says

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