The Crown sparks fury over Princess Diana’s ‘controversial royal wedding slur’

NETFLIX drama The Crown will hazard angering the Royal Family when it reveals Princess Diana describing her marriage to Charles as like stepping on a landmine.

In the sixth and last collection, Diana — known for her charity function serving to landmine victims — is observed on a yacht with her boyfriend Dodi Al Fayed.

The Crown is set to upset the Royal Family yet again when it shows Diana making an offensive comparison to her wedding to Charles


The Crown is established to upset the Royal Spouse and children still again when it exhibits Diana making an offensive comparison to her wedding to CharlesCredit: Getty
Diana was known for her charity work helping landmine victims


Diana was recognised for her charity perform aiding landmine victimsCredit: Des Willie/Netflix

Diana visited Bosnia and Herzegovina in August 1997 to see clearance routines and satisfy landmine victims – just months prior to her demise.

She tells him that the products have killed 1000’s of individuals when ­survivors are normally rejected by their communities mainly because of their accidents.

Diana, performed by Elizabeth Debicki, tells Dodi (Khalid Abdalla): “A male termed Ken Rutherford drew my attention to it. He begun the Landmine Survivors Community. Soon after his jeep strike a landmine in Somalia he missing the two of his legs.

“He claimed to me every single survivor has a day of the working day they stepped on the landmine. He said, ‘Mine was December 16, 1963’. I claimed, ‘Mine was 29 July, 1981 — my wedding ceremony day’.”

But royal biographer Ingrid Seward, who knew the late Princess, said: “Diana would under no circumstances have explained just about anything like that. I imagine it is an unlucky comparison.

“I consider the mere point that The Crown is depicting Diana’s existence and her demise is exploiting her memory so they can put into her mouth something that they want to — nevertheless distasteful people today may possibly obtain it.”

Of Diana’s do the job to elevate consciousness of landmines, Ingrid explained: “It was pretty essential – it was her large thing and it was a fantastic accomplishment much too. It is a thing that she will always be remembered for.”

The Ottawa Treaty – banning landmines was signed in December 1997 – three months immediately after her death.

A Buckingham Palace spokesman declined to comment.

Eamonn Holmes, 63, reveals his baby joy as he becomes a grandad again after son Declan welcomes a little girl

Previous article

Lottery results and numbers: Lotto and Thunderball draw tonight, November 11, 2023

Next article

You may also like


Comments are closed.