The Crown maker reveals & # 39; high-ranking & # 39; Buckingham Palace staff who are told how the royal family is portrayed so that they can brace themselves & # 39; before the show
- Writer Peter Morgan said he gives four briefings a year to & # 39; high-ranking & # 39; officials
- He tells & # 39; respectfully & # 39; what he has in mind for royal The Crown characters
- The third season of the crown will be released on Netflix on November 17, 2019
Buckingham Palace staff have been warned about how members of the royal family will be portrayed in The Crown so that they can & # 39; brace & # 39; before the show, a writer has revealed.
The creator of the Netflix series, Peter Morgan, 56, told the Times he gives four briefings a year to & # 39; people with a high ranking and very active & # 39; within the & # 39; organization & # 39 ;.
He said: & # 39; I respectfully tell what I have in mind and they brace themselves. & # 39;
Crown writer Peter Morgan has revealed that he gives four briefings a year to & # 39; high-ranking people and very active & # 39; about how the royal family will be portrayed (Pictured: the queen leaving Crathie Kirk at Balmoral on Sunday)
The writer also confessed that he has no interest in & # 39; satire & # 39; inject into the series and constantly try to steer it in the other direction to something heroic & # 39 ;.
& # 39; The wheels of this show want satire to do what we like to do with our political leaders and royals & he said. & # 39; But I am not interested in that at a distance. I'm constantly trying to steer it the other way, to something heroic & # 39 ;.
David Rankin-Hunt, who acts as protocol advisor on the show, added that although he is not sure if the queen herself is watching the drama, he is aware that senior members of the royal household are big fans.
The writer also admitted that he is not interested in & # 39; satire & # 39; inject into the series and constantly try to steer the other way to something heroic & # 39; (photo: Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter film for The Crown in Winchester)
In the third series of The Crown, Oscar-winning actress Olivia Colman (depicted as Queen Elizabeth II) takes over from Claire Foy in the role of Queen Elizabeth II
Matt Smith also says goodbye to his role as Prince Philip, with Outlander actor Tobias Menzies who wants to take on the cloak (pictured, Olivia Colman and Tobias Menzies)
The former army officer, who worked in the household for 33 years, said he believes they would not be fond of production, there was an & # 39; indication from above & # 39; that it is a & # 39; outrageous production & # 39; used to be.
He said: & # 39; If there were indications from above that it was some sort of scandalous production, that could be reflected in their opinion, don't you think?
Peter Morgan (photo) said: & # 39; I'm constantly trying to steer it the other way, to something heroic & # 39;
In the third series of The Crown, Oscar-winning actress Olivia Colman takes over from Claire Foy in the role of Queen Elizabeth II.
Matt Smith also says goodbye to his role as Prince Philip, with Outlander actor Tobias Menzies taking on the mantle.
Also participating in the cast for season three are Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret and Ben Daniels as Lord Snowdon.
X-Files actress Gillian Anderson has also been confirmed as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the coming fourth season.
The third series of the show, which will be released on Netflix on November 17, follows the royal family from 1964 to 1977.
Episodes will reflect historic moments from the decade, including the Aberfan disaster of 1966 and the first miner's attacks between 1972 and 1974.
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