Season 4 depicts the dying of Lord Louis Mountbatten who was murdered by the IRA in a bomb blast.
Lord Mountbatten thought of Prince Charles like a son however the present, directed by Peter Morgan, encompasses a conflict between the pair over the inheritor persevering with to pursue Camilla Parker-Bowles who was nonetheless married on the time.
Throughout their confrontation, Charles referred to his nice uncle as a traitor and Lord Mountbatten was seen responding in a letter, accusing the younger royal of bringing ‘break and disappointment’ to the household.
Nonetheless, royal sources are reportedly livid with the scene and say the letter doesn’t exist.
Sharing his ideas on the seemingly fabricated storyline, Piers mentioned on Tuesday’s Good Morning Britain: ‘If I used to be Prince Charles I’d assume, wow. It’s one little bit that resonated with me. He had this terribly shut relationship with Lord Mountbatten who was after all murdered by the IRA.
‘The Crown has mainly invented a letter that Lord Mountbatten sends Charles being very essential about his life-style. Now there’s no document of that letter ever being despatched.’
Piers Morgan binge-watched The Crown season 4 (Image: Rex – Netflix)
He continued: ‘Charles was completely heartbroken by the homicide of his nice favoured uncle and that to me, that crosses a line to me the place in the event you’re inventing a essential letter from somebody who’s now useless and may’t reply and there’s no document of that letter ever being despatched, what justification is there for that?’
Paul Burrell, who was Princess Diana’s butler, responded: ‘There may be none, it is a dramatisation, it’s not a documentary of the royal household, it’s a screenplay.
Prince Charles had an in depth relationship along with his nice uncle Lord Louis Mountbatten (left) (Image: REX)
‘I feel what Peter Morgan’s sensibly tried to do is align reality along with his screenplay… In fact it’s a detective story and we’ve obtained to search out out what’s true and what isn’t.’
Piers revealed that he binge-watched ‘a bulk’ of season 4 final night time and hailed it as ‘compulsive viewing’ however admitted: ‘Until you’re the royal household whose life is dissected…
‘My thought was it’s nice for us however in the event you’re somebody who’s portrayed… it’s brutal partially.’
He then questioned: ‘Will we sanitise the royal household and solely offer you a censored model?’
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am.
The Crown season 4 is obtainable to stream on Netflix now.