Royal family friends get legal advice on ‘crown’: report



  • Friends of the royal family have sought legal advice on “The Crown,” reports The Sun.
  • The legal opinion has been passed on to the royal family, according to the British newspaper.
  • The anonymous friends were told they could continue with the historical drama, The Sun reported.

Friends of the royals sought legal advice during the final season of “The Crown,” report The Sun’s Matt Wilkinson and Clemmie Moodie.

Friends of the royals – who were not named in the report – told the UK newspaper they were told they could sue the historic drama series for the way it was portrayed, according to the newspaper British.

They consulted with the Queen’s favorite law firms, Farrer & Co and Harbottle & Lewis, and passed on legal advice to the Royal Family, the report adds.

“Friends of the royal family have sought legal advice,” an anonymous source told The Sun. “The advice they received would also apply to the royal family.”

“Although this is not a direct legal opinion given to the Queen and her family, they have been made aware of this advice,” the source added.

Representatives of Buckingham Palace and


declined to comment when contacted by Insider.

The Sun’s report comes after a friend of Princess Diana’s stepped down as a consultant on the show over what she believed to be a mismanaged scenario, the Sunday Times reported.

Jemima Khan told the publication that she requested that her writing credits be taken out of the series’ fifth season because Diana’s story was not treated “with as much respect or compassion as I was. had hoped “.

Khan did not specify which scenarios she had a problem with. The Sunday Times reports that she worked with show creator Peter Morgan on intrigues surrounding Diana’s love life after breaking up with Prince Charles, her visits to Pakistan and her BBC “Panorama” interview.

There has been speculation about the Royal Family’s reactions to the show and whether they had ever watched it. Prince Harry became the first immediate member of the royal family to say he had watched him during an interview with James Corden earlier this year.

“They don’t claim to be news. It’s fictional,” Harry said. “But it is loosely based on the truth. Of course, it is not strictly correct, of course not, but it does give you a rough idea of ​​this lifestyle, of the pressures to put on duty and service. before the family and everything, what can happen from this. “

Filming for the fifth season of the historical drama is currently underway and is scheduled to air on Netflix in November 2022.



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