Is Netflix Right To Recreate Diana’s Panorama Interview On The Crown? | Loose Women

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Netflix may be riding into battle with the Royal Family once more after it emerged that the next series of ‘The Crown’ will feature an episode centred on Princess Diana’s infamous Panorama interview. After Martin Bashir’s deceitful tactics came to light, Prince William was adamant that the tell-all should never be shown again. With such resistance from Diana’s own family is it morally wrong for the interview to be recreated?

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