The Crown's Hidden Reference to Diana: Princess Anne uses a VERY prophetic expression to warn Prince Charles about Camilla in series three – but did YOU notice it?
- Princess Anne advises her brother Charles on involvement with Camilla
- The formulation she uses seems to be carefully written to refer to Diana
- Future Princess of Wales only appears in season four in the Netflix show
Lady Diana Spencer is yet to appear in Netflix hit The Crown, but viewers with eagle eyes will have seen a moving reference to the deceased princess in the most recent series.
Season three, which was released on Sunday, covers the period from the 1964 election of Harold Wilson as prime minister to the Queen's silver jubilee in the summer of 1977.
Prince Charles met Diana, then 16, for the first time in November 1977, so their romance is expected to play in the next series, which is expected to be broadcast in 2020.
In episode eight of this series we are first introduced to Camilla Shand, who is played by Emerald Fennell and Andrew Parker-Bowles.
Towards the end of series three of The Crown we are introduced to Camilla Shand (played by Emerald Fennell), who enters into a relationship with Prince Charles (Josh O & # 39; Connor)
The couple is often at odds with the problems in their relationship – especially his wandering eye – and Camilla puts an end to it and flirts with Prince Charles, played by Josh O'Connor.
Ironically, in one of this season's most exciting events, Andrew is chasing another woman – who turns out to be none other than Charles' sister, Princess Anne.
In a scene, Anne (Erin Doherty) warns her brother about involvement with Camilla – and uses a rather prophetic expression.
She tells him that when the couple comes together, there will always be & # 39; three people in the relationship & # 39; – referring to Camilla's on-off relationship with Andrew.
In one scene, Princess Anne (Erin Doherty, photo) warns her brother about involvement with Camilla – and uses a rather prophetic sentence
Princess Anne tells Prince Charles that when he and Camilla (photo) come together, there will always be & # 39; three people in the relationship & # 39; – referring to her on-off relationship with Andrew
Her wise words seem to have been carefully written to reflect Princess Diana in 1995, who Camilla famously described as the & # 39; third person & # 39; in her marriage to Prince Charles.
The deceased princess made the remark during a bomb interview with Martin Bashier – after her legal separation from the Prince of Wales.
She was asked: & # 39; Do you think Mrs. Parker-Bowles was a factor in the failure of your marriage? & # 39; to which she replied: & # 39; Well, the three of us were in this marriage, so it was a bit busy. & # 39;
The third season of The Crown follows events from 1964 to 1977. This includes Prince Charles's first meeting with his two future wives. Pictured, Charles and Camilla in 1975, two years after her marriage to Andrew Parker Bowles and two years before Charles met Diana
The deceased princess made the famous remark during a bomb interview with Martin Bashier in 1995 – after her legal separation from the Prince of Wales
The candid interview, kept secret from the palace, was viewed by 22.8 million people and resulted in the queen giving her permission to Charles and Diana to divorce, which was completed on August 28, 1996 – just over a year until the day she died.
Actress Emma Corrin has taken over the role of the Princess of Wales in series four of The Crown, while filming was already in full swing.
They were spotted last month on location in Almeria, Spain, following the visit of the royal couple from Australia in 1983 – which was their first with nine-month-old Prince William.
The Pennyworth actress emulated the shy body language of Diana to a tee while covering her hands with her mouth and holding her head down to mark the mother's first trip abroad, aged two at the age of 22.
Actress Emma Corrin takes on the role of the Princess of Wales (depicted with Josh O & # 39; Connor as Charles) in series four of The Crown, with filming already in full swing
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