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BBC worried as The Crown is set to tell the story of the Diana documentary drama
BBC bosses are braced for further humiliation over the Princess Diana scandal – thanks to popular Netflix drama The Crown.The new series will reflect “what is now known’’ about the circumstances that led to the Panorama interview with the princess and how she was treated.The 1995 TV grilling by former BBC reporter Martin Bashir made global headlines as the Princess of Wales spoke openly about her marriage to Charles and revealed all about his lover Camilla Parker Bowles.READ MORE: Prince Harry branded 'disloyal and rude' for Netflix deal after The Crown backlashDiana famously said: “There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded.”Last year, a report by Lord Dyson concluded the BBC covered up “deceitful behaviour” by Bashir to secure the interview.It led to calls from the Duke of Cambridge for it never to be aired again.And on Thursday (July 22), the broadcaster was forced to make a grovelling apology and pay big damages to former royal nanny Tiggy Legge-Bourke.It was revealed Bashir made up allegations that she had an affair with Prince Charles as part of his plot to “trick” Diana – who died in 1997 – into giving him an interview. Scriptwriters working on the fifth series of The Crown, due later this year, have worked new details about the Diana chat into their storyline.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.A source close to the show said: “It will reflect what we now know about how the interview was obtained and how Diana was treated.”Dominic West will play Charles, with Elizabeth Debicki as Diana.The BBC recently agreed it would no longer broadcast clips from Bashir's interview.
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The Crown bosses looking for perfect Kate Middleton lookalike for last series
The Crown bosses may be on the hunt to find their hunky princes but they're also on the lookout for a perfect princess to step into Kate Middleton's shoes.Cast members have already started filming series five of the global hit with Dominic West and Elizabeth Debicki stepping into the role of Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales.During the course of the final series, viewers will see Elizabeth recreate Diana's infamous Martin Bashir interview, despite Prince William hitting out at the BBC for "lying" and using "fake documents" in order to gain access to the late Princess.He also claimed the interview contributed to the breakdown of Charles and Diana's marriage.As the drama based on the British Royal Family comes to a close, it's expected to cover the period from 1997 right through until the early Noughties.This will see Prince William meet his future Queen consort while the pair were studying at St Andrews University in Scotland.However, Catherine's role will be relatively small with bosses only wanting to feature her if they can cast an actress who can capture Kate's "English Rose look".An insider said: "Having the Duchess of Cambridge starring is an easy win for The Crown, as the creators know it will get more people watching."Particularly as it will show her relationship with William just as their romance starts to blossom when they were both students."But since she's not necessarily a crucial part of the storyline, Kate’s presence is essentially a bonus, they'll only cast someone if they can find the right candidate."In March, casting directors put out a national call to agencies for actors to step forward to play William between the ages of 16 to 21 and Harry between the ages of 16 to 20.They said they were
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