The season took place between 1979 and 1990, with the turbulent relationship between Prince Charles and Princess Diana. However the show has been attacked by Prince’s associates as “trolling Hollywood’s budget”, where “fiction has been presented as true”.
The Crown, a hit Netflix show, began the Queen’s lifetime in four long seasons in 1952, shortly before her 1952 coronation.
Speaking to the Mail on Sunday, several Royal insiders were sharply critical of how key events were portrayed.
One said: “The new series has brought the Prince and the Duchess to a very forgotten light, but at least at the beginning of reality shows like The One Way Is Essex, they admit that some scenes were invented for entertainment.
“There is no point in telling irrational stories with caution – they are all very two-dimensional.
“It’s trolling Hollywood’s budget.
“Don’t fool the public into thinking it’s an accurate portrayal of what actually happened.
“No Duke of Cambridge is satisfied.
“She feels that both her parents are being exploited and presented in a false, simple way to make money.”
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They said: “For commercial drama it is drama and entertainment that is being created without any consideration of the real people involved in robbing and exploiting their lives.
“In this case, it’s dragging on things that happened at a very difficult time 25 or 30 years ago without worrying about anyone’s feelings.
“It’s not accurate or fair, especially when it doesn’t represent many of the truths being portrayed.”
Crown played Olivia Coleman in the second season as Queen Elizabeth II, a role she has been playing continuously since the third season.
Josh O’Connor returns to the role of Prince Charles, while newcomer Emma Corinine plays the role of Princess Diana.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced a mega deal with Netflix earlier this year.
Harry and Meghan are the cause of the production of films, documentaries and children’s shows for the Steaming Giant.
However, the role has been criticized for its four-season content.
A royal insider said: “Harry has raised eyebrows about the company behind which he is taking millions.
“After all, where does Netflix’s profits come from? Crown. “