The fourth season of the award-winning Netflix series aired on the streaming giant last week and includes topics including Prince Charles ‘marriage to Princess Diana, his affair with Camilla Parker Bowles and the Princess of Wales’ eating disorder.
Last season was met with mixed reviews with many royal fans, who demanded that Prince Harry terminate his multimillion-dollar deal with the giant streaming.
And now, Omid Scobie, co-author of Megan Markle’s biography “Finding Freedom,” has warned that the series poses a “great risk” to Prince Charles and Camilla.
He wrote on Twitter: “The real fear coming from the palace is that people who watch the fourth season of The Crown will accept it as a gospel.
“Prince Charles and Camilla are a couple who have spent decades trying to improve their image, and just as they are gaining popularity in the UK, everyone is at great risk.
“This new season follows Diana̵
“Someone who was adored but quickly laughed and mocked at the institution.
“This leads to parallels with Megan’s recent trip and highlights a very big problem in the institution.”
Other royal experts have warned that both Prince William and Harry will be disgusted by the performance of their family.
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“And be deeply upset on behalf of his family. Like Harry.
“This is a grotesque and deeply unjust image of their father, mother and stepmother and the wider family, including, of course, their grandparents, whom they love very much.
“Because this series now covers time and events that so many people can remember, but it’s incredibly harmful.
“We are left with the impression that the Royal Family are terrible people who behave with contempt.
“While many of the events may be real, so many details and conversations are complete fabrications – and Peter Morgan probably wouldn’t deny that; he still creates drama.
“But there is a danger of damaging not only the reputation of people who are powerless to respond, but also the future of the monarchy itself.”
Richard Fitzwilliams added that the series portrayed Charles as “selfish and insecure.”
He added: “He is self-pitying and brutal to Diana after, for example, her success in New York.
“His physicality is curious, it reinforces the aura of inadequacy that emphasizes this image.
“He is in love with Camilla, but viewers will not sympathize with this image.
“It is clear that he is the product of an extremely dysfunctional family.”
The new series features Josh O’Connor and Emma Corinne as Prince Charles and Diana, respectively.
The Crown is set to cover events up to the early 2000s, including the disasters of the 1990s, in two more seasons.