Not a documentary. Princess Diana’s brother Earl Charles Spencer needs viewers to know that The Crown is not an correct portrayal of the real-life royal drama.

The White Ship writer, 56, seems as a visitor on the Sunday, November 22, episode of Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh, the place he mentioned his emotions on the show’s accuracy. In a preview clip, Spencer mentioned he drew the road when The Crown needed to movie at his household residence.

Princess Diana and Charles Spencer. Tim Rooke/Shutterstock; Richard Young/Shutterstock

“There is a bit. Actually, The Crown requested if they might movie at Althorp, and I mentioned ‘Obviously not,'” he recalled.

Spencer added that he is involved viewers consider that the hit collection is an correct retelling of occasions.

“The fear for me is that folks see a program like that they usually overlook that it’s fiction,” he mentioned. “They assume, particularly foreigners, I discover Americans inform me they’ve watched The Crown as if they’ve taken a historical past lesson. Well, they have not.”

Spencer continued, “It may be very exhausting, there may be lots of conjecture and lots of invention, is not there? You can cling it on truth however the bits in between should not truth.”

The Crown creator Peter Morgan informed The Times on Friday, November 20, that he took some liberties with the fabric.

“We do our very, best possible to get it proper, however generally I’ve to conflate [incidents],” the screenwriter, 57, mentioned. “You generally need to forsake accuracy, however you have to by no means forsake fact.”

The fourth season of the Netflix drama follows Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor) and Diana’s (Emma Corrin) tumultuous relationship. The pair tied the knot in July 1981 and had two youngsters, Prince William and Prince Harry. Charles and Diana separated in 1992 and introduced their divorce 4 years later after they each admitted to extramarital affairs. The princess died on the age of 36 in a automobile crash in Paris in August 1997.

Princess Diana's Brother Charles Spencer Says People 'Forget' 'The Crown' Is ''Fiction'
Emma Corrin as Princess Diana in ‘The Crown.’ Des Willie/Netflix

Spencer informed Alan Titchmarsh that he is not afraid to set the document straight in “honor” of Diana’s “reminiscence.”

“I really feel it’s my responsibility to face up for her once I can,” he mentioned. “She left me, as an illustration, as guardian of her sons, so I really feel there was a belief handed on. And we grew up collectively. If you develop up with anyone they’re nonetheless that particular person — it would not matter what occurs to them later.”

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