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The Crown cast: Imelda Staunton pictured as Queen and Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana
Netflix have released new images from the highly-anticipated series five of The Crown - which is set to take place in the 1990s.The pictures, which were posted on the show's official social media pages, showed a glamorous Elizabeth Debicki, playing Princess Diana, and Imelda Staunton, taking on the role of Queen Elizabeth II. The release comes just a month after Queen Elizabeth II's death, aged 96 - after the show was heavily criticised for resuming filming one day after her majesty passed away.It comes after the hit show was criticised once again for being insensitive towards a grieving King Charles as they are set to show his crumbling marriage to Diana in 'painful' detail.  New: Netflix have released new images from the highly-anticipated series five of The Crown - Imelda Staunton pictured as Queen Elizabeth II after her death alongside Prince Philip, portrayed by Jonathan Pryce Special moment: The Queen dances with Prince Philip at the Ghillies Ball at Balmoral in 1991 One picture shows The Queen and Prince Philip, portrayed by Jonathan Pryce, wearing red tartan as they proudly stand next to one another - as they once did at a ball in 1971 held in Balmoral. Prince Charles, who is portrayed by Dominic West, and his girlfriend, the then Camilla Parker Bowles who is played by Olivia Williams, could be seen smiling outdoors as they appear to watch a fireworks display.
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The Crown cast: Imelda Staunton pictured as Queen and Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana
Netflix have released new images from the highly-anticipated series five of The Crown - which is set to take place in the 1990s.The pictures, which were posted on the show's official social media pages, showed a glamorous Elizabeth Debicki, playing Princess Diana, and Imelda Staunton, taking on the role of Queen Elizabeth II. The release comes just a month after Queen Elizabeth II's death, aged 96 - after the show was heavily criticised for resuming filming one day after her majesty passed away.It comes after the hit show was criticised once again for being insensitive towards a grieving King Charles as they are set to show his crumbling marriage to Diana in 'painful' detail.  New: Netflix have released new images from the highly-anticipated series five of The Crown - Imelda Staunton pictured as Queen Elizabeth II after her death alongside Prince Philip, portrayed by Jonathan Pryce Special moment: The Queen dances with Prince Philip at the Ghillies Ball at Balmoral in 1991 One picture shows The Queen and Prince Philip, portrayed by Jonathan Pryce, wearing red tartan as they proudly stand next to one another - as they once did at a ball in 1971 held in Balmoral. Prince Charles, who is portrayed by Dominic West, and his girlfriend, the then Camilla Parker Bowles who is played by Olivia Williams, could be seen smiling outdoors as they appear to watch a fireworks display.
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The Crown cast: Imelda Staunton pictured as Queen and Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana
Netflix have released new images from the highly-anticipated series five of The Crown - which is set to take place in the 1990s.The pictures, which were posted on the show's official social media pages, showed a glamorous Elizabeth Debicki, playing Princess Diana, and Imelda Staunton, taking on the role of Queen Elizabeth II. The release comes just a month after Queen Elizabeth II's death, aged 96 - after the show was heavily criticised for resuming filming one day after her majesty passed away.It comes after the hit show was criticised once again for being insensitive towards a grieving King Charles as they are set to show his crumbling marriage to Diana in 'painful' detail.  New: Netflix have released new images from the highly-anticipated series five of The Crown - Imelda Staunton pictured as Queen Elizabeth II after her death alongside Prince Philip, portrayed by Jonathan Pryce Special moment: The Queen dances with Prince Philip at the Ghillies Ball at Balmoral in 1991 One picture shows The Queen and Prince Philip, portrayed by Jonathan Pryce, wearing red tartan as they proudly stand next to one another - as they once did at a ball in 1971 held in Balmoral. Prince Charles, who is portrayed by Dominic West, and his girlfriend, the then Camilla Parker Bowles who is played by Olivia Williams, could be seen smiling outdoors as they appear to watch a fireworks display.
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Retired colonel reveals the exhaustively detailed planning behind Queen Elizabeth II's funeral
The retired lieutenant colonel behind the arrangements for Queen Elizabeth’s lying-in-state and her funeral has spoken for the first time about the exhaustively detailed planning that took place away from public view.Lt Col Anthony Mather spent more than a decade drawing up ‘London Bridge’, the codename given to the arrangements for when the Queen died.And, as he reveals today, so painstakingly thorough were the preparations that:A replica of Westminster Hall was constructed in an aircraft hangar for dry runs of the lying-in-state.A special illuminated railway carriage was prepared with glass windows allowing mourners a glimpse of the coffin for if the Royal Train made the journey from Edinburgh to London, or from elsewhere.Lt Col Mather had to spy on the layout of Royal corridors – including at Prince Philip’s Sandringham cottage – to plan the movement of the Queen’s coffin.The carpets put down for the lying-in-state in Westminster Hall were tested to destruction by a man in boots with steel-tipped heels. Lt Col Anthony Mather spent more than a decade drawing up ‘London Bridge’, the codename given to the arrangements for when the Queen died.Lt Col Mather worked alongside the Duke of Norfolk who, as Earl Marshal, has formal oversight of coronations and Royal funerals.
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Broadcaster David Dimbleby accuses BBC of being 'too scared' to criticise Royal Family
the BBC after returning for a brief time following Queen Elizabeth II's death. The broadcaster has claimed that he thinks that the channel does "not go near" enough controversial topics.David said that the BBC has an "old sore about the monarchy" and will "not go near" controversial topics such as the palace’s ability to change tax legislation and the fact that the Duchy of Cornwall doesn’t pay capital gains tax. READ NEXT: BBC Breakfast's Charlie Stayt fumes over on-set 'argument' as he says 'it drives me mad David spoke at the Henley Literature Festival on Thursday (6 October.)He said: "All those issues are never touched by the BBC because I think they feel their viewers will not like it – a visceral feeling."David is a well known broadcaster and used to host Question Time.Since his retirement from Question Time, Dimbleby has presented occasional documentaries for the BBC.In October 2020 Dimbleby said he was again considering putting his name forward for chairman of the BBC but it seems that never happened.In September this year, Dimbleby came out of retirement to commentate on the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II for the BBC, in particular the committal service at St George's Chapel, Windsor.Daily Star has contacted the BBC for comment.Prior to his exit from BBC David had declared it was a "privilege" to work for the channel as he said: "It has been a privilege to work for a programme which brings voters face to face with those in power." He hosted Question Time since 1994 and hadn't missed a show for 15 years until he was knocked out by a bullock at his farm in Sussex and taken to hospital as a precaution.
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