King Charles III’s team ‘disturbed’ by portrayal in The Crown | Netflix show’s historian discusses

King charles iii’s team ‘disturbed’ by portrayal in the crown | netflix show’s historian discusses

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‘The most successful royals are the humble ones.’

The Crown historian Robert Lacey discusses King Charles III’s team reportedly being ‘disturbed’ by his portrayal in the Netflix series.

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