Princess Diana’s Revenge Dress Scene in ‘The Crown’ Is Filmed a Short Distance From Prince William’s Bedroom


Princess Diana’s Revenge Dress Scene in ‘The Crown’ Is Filmed a Short Distance From Prince William’s Bedroom

The Crown’s upcoming season has a plot that is a little too close to home for Prince William, literally.

Season 5 of the show is expected to focus on the disintegration of Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s marriage and their subsequent divorce.

It also recently finished taping one of Princess Diana’s most memorable moments, which was shot just steps away from her oldest son’s front door.

That’s right, you read it right.

The Crown reenacted Diana’s revenge dress moment and filmed it on the grounds of Kensington Palace, where Prince William and his family reside.

According to multiple reports, the Duke of Cambridge was dissatisfied with the show’s final season because he felt “his parents [were]being exploited and presented in a false, simplistic way to make money.”

According to reports, Princess Diana’s explosive Panorama interview with Martin Bashir will be depicted in the new season of Netflix’s show.

William recently expressed his feelings about the interview and whether or not it should be rebroadcast.

Following an investigation earlier this year that revealed the princess’s interview was secured by presenting her with forged documents, the prince issued a statement saying the interview should never be shown or commercialized again.

“It is my firm belief that this Panorama program has no legitimacy and should never be aired again,” the Duke of Edinburgh said in a video message posted to social media.

“It effectively established the false narrative that has been commercialized by the BBC and others for over a quarter century.”

The BBC, as well as anyone else who has written or plans to write about these events, must now address this firmly established narrative.”

Another event depicted in The Crown is when Diana wore an iconic black dress, later dubbed the “revenge dress,” to an event the same day Prince Charles admitted to adultery in a televised interview.

Inside Kensington Gardens, which is just yards from Prince William’s front door, the scene was reenacted.

“They could have chosen any location to recreate this scene, but they opted to select a spot that can almost be seen by William from his bedroom window,” a source told The Sun.

Imagine what would have happened if he had seen.

There will almost certainly be inquiries about how any…

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