The Crown is a drama series which depicts historical events from the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. The show is currently running in its fourth season, where the reign of Queen Elizabeth II from the year 1979 to the early 1990s have been depicted. Even though the show is a historical drama, there are certain events shown that are fictional.
The fourth season of The Crown depicts the years and reign of Queen Elizabeth II from the year 1979 till the early 1990s. The reign of Queen Elizabeth during those years includes the marriage of Princess Diana and Prince Charles, the IRA attacks, the Falklands War and the tense relationship between Britain and South Africa. The show also covers the friction between Downing Street and Buckingham Palace which were followed by the landslide victory of Margaret Thatcher, the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Even though the events shown in the series are true, every detail surrounding the event is not accurate. Here is a list of events shown in the series that were true and the details that were fictionalised for the plot of the show.
The show has been created by Peter Morgan and the historical drama stars Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II. The show also stars Matt Smith, Vanessa Kirby, Emma Corrin, Emerald Fennell, Josh O’Connor among others. The show is available to watch on Netflix.
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