Prince Philip vs Philip of 'The Crown': Fact and fiction


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In summary, The Crown has done an amazing job so far, and the "fact and fiction" part of this headline is nothing but click-bait.

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This whole Netflix series is a dramatization.

Events, with an interpretation to provoke a rather twisted, unexpected change to any realistic historic interpretation.

Its fun all the same.

Akin to Braveheart.

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We like the historical stuff, like Henry VIII, but the crown is too recent and we haven't watched it.

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If you get the chance zichi, give it a view,

Helena Bonham Carter dramatic interpretation, of Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon, is a real gem.

It is akin to meet the kardashians in a swimming pool, it is laugh out loud.

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The focus this season was on Elizabeth, my good friend Diana and Thatcher.

If I was the Queen, I'd have been more terrified if the latter had broken into the palace, rather than Michael Fagen. That said, the episode in question was a stand out. As if Ken Loach had taken the directorial duties.

Bit odd the Brighton bombing wasn't even mentioned, or the miners strike.

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