Netflix has come below fireplace for its depiction of the royal household (Image: Getty/Netflix)
Senior palace sources hit out at a submit on the streaming service’s official Twitter account, which claimed the documentary Diana: In Her Personal Phrases would supply ‘solutions’ to criticism of the most recent collection of The Crown.
The footage reveals Princess Diana crying in an airport as she watches Prince Charles depart, saying in her personal phrases: ‘Chances are you’ll recall me sobbing.’
The trailer was posted on-line earlier this week with the caption: ‘The documentary Diana: In Her Personal Phrases solutions a lot of what you’re asking.’
Because the Daily Mail studies, a royal insider has now accused Netflix of ‘company trolling’.
The insider mentioned: ‘It’s one factor to make a drama that not even the author claims is totally factual, however for Netflix to make use of its company social channels to create and submit materials that’s one-sided at finest looks like company trolling – it’s fairly sinister.’
It’s the most recent controversial second for Netflix after releasing season 4 of the acclaimed drama The Crown earlier this yr.
The collection has come below fireplace from quite a lot of high-profile detractors over its depictions of Royal Members of the family, specifically the present’s portrayal of Diana’s consuming dysfunction in addition to Charles’ affair with Camilla.
Members of the Royal Household have been targeted online on account of the drama.
Emma Corrin performs Diana within the new season (Image: Des Willie/Netflix)
Prince Charles’ associates have additionally declared the collection ‘trolling on a Hollywood budget’, with the Netflix drama criticised for not displaying a fiction warning at the beginning of the episodes.
Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell, nevertheless, has described The Crown’s depiction of Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s relationship as ‘pretty close to the truth’.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to Netflix for remark
Diana: In Her Personal Phrases and The Crown are each out there to observe on Netflix.