Netflix assures viewers that The Crown will not feature Diana’s death on screen

It is a sad point in history that is still felt today. Fans of the beautiful Princess Diana are still mourning the tragic and untimely loss of the beloved Queen. It’s still tough, especially for those closest to her, including her sons Prince William and Prince Harry, who are 40 and 38 respectively.

Princess Diana was just 36 when she died in a car crash in Paris on August 31, 1997 when the driver was trying to flee the paparazzi. It’s no secret how much the Princess of Wales was adored, but unfortunately that also meant constant paparazzi attention that got out of control.

It’s one of the most painful moments in history as the former king was a popular figure around the world. Because of this, Netflix won’t be directly depicting the heartbreaking moment on-screen.

Netflix promises The Crown won’t show Princess Diana’s car crash on screen

Coming on 9.11. The crown Season 5 is set to debut her ten episodes. We will see the continued elevated tensions between Diana and Charles. Unfortunately, the death of the beautiful royal only comes into play in the sixth and final season.

To the relief of many, the car crash that killed Princess Diana will not be shown on screen, according to the Daily News. The series will instead allude to the tragic event. Netflix shared the following statement with the news outlet:

[Season 6] will not render the crash contrary to some reports. There will be scenes covering pre-rolls to and [the] Aftermath.

According to Netflix, Season 5 will bring Queen Elizabeth closer to the 40th anniversary of her accession. There are problems around the world, but there are also challenges at home. The most important is that Prince Charles is pressuring his mother to allow him to divorce Diana, which could have consequences for the monarchy.

The crown Season 5 premieres on Netflix on Wednesday, November 9th. Netflix assures viewers that The Crown will not feature Diana’s death on screen


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