The Crown Season 4 Is Stirring Up Major Controversy With Severe Allegation Of The Events Shown Being Historically Inaccurate!

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While the popular Netflix series The Crown is back on the streaming platform with a brand new season 4, we still can’t get over the fourth season as it unveiled way more than fans imagined!

The Crown Series Has Stirred Up Some Major Controversies!

The fourth season was highly anticipated as it introduced two of the most iconic women figures of all time, Margaret Thatcher and Princess Diana. The series has always been appreciated for being so very historically accurate while the casting has been nothing but excellent as well.

While the fourth season has received an overwhelming response from fans, it has upset a few as well, one being Biographer Penny Junor, who backlashed the season claiming it to be historically inaccurate and even said that Peter Morgan invented stuff to make expensive and very rich drama. Penny Junor believes that the show has put up a cruel and unfair and horrible portrayal of almost all of them.

Some Are Claiming The Events Shown In The Series To Be Historically Incorrect!

Not only Penny Junor, but another reliable source has revealed that the makers are dragging up things that happened during very difficult times 25 or 30 years ago without a thought for anyone’s feelings. The fourth season has delved deeper into some of the strained relationships in the royal family and some are questioning the historical accuracy of these events shown in the Netflix series.

The hit series, especially the fourth season has stirred up a few controversies surrounding Prince Charles and Lady Diana’s marital relationship and Camilla Parker Bowles’s role in it. While these claims are resurfacing on social media, we wonder what the makers has to say about all these!