The run-up to the This is why paramore shirt in contrast I will get this fifth season of The Crown was colored by controversy: royal-adjacents from Dame Judi Dench to Princess Diana’s brother, Earl Charles Spencer, critiqued the Netflix drama for taking creative liberties with real-life tumult, potentially muddling fact and fiction. This season includes the spectacular collapse of Princess Diana and Prince Charles’s marriage, as well as Martin Bashir’s manipulation of the princess into that infamous 1995 BBC interview . But there is at least one royal who should be thrilled with his portrayal: King—formerly Prince—Charles. Conveniently timed to the new monarch’s real-life ascension to the throne, season five of The Crown is a 10-episode love letter to the ex-Prince of Wales. Not only is ’90s-era Prince Charles played by a strikingly beautiful Dominic West quite the glow-up, even for Hollywood , but he’s also recast as an underrated royal rock star. In direct contrast with the sometimes-dour real-life former heir who has struggled to capture the hearts of his country and escape from the shadows of The Queen and Princess Diana, The Crown reimagines Prince Charles as a charismatic, progressive thinker pushing for change but trapped by the staleness of his family’s Old Guard—most notably, that of his “mummy,” the Queen the exquisite Imelda Staunton .
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