The Crown: 3 things from Season 5 that are said to be true and 2 that are fiction

Spoiler warning: The following article contains major spoilers the crown Season 5. If you don’t want to ruin the show for you, please go back and watch the 10-episode season on Netflix.

If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’ve completed it the crown Season 5 or never mind ruins key plot points of a historical drama series. And if any of those statements are, in fact, true, there’s probably a higher chance you’ll want to separate fact from fiction with the events of the penultimate season of the incredibly popular and expensive Netflix series.

Below, three scenes said to have happened in real life and two scenarios that were dreamed up will be detailed the crown Creator Peter Morgan and his writing team. It should be noted that this is not an attack on creatives who work hard the crown (Royal dramas make for excellent TV), but rather to provide greater context for one of the most challenging times in the royal family’s fairly recent history. However, let’s dive into some of the most important moments from the crown Season 5 and find out what’s real and what’s imaginary…

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