The fourth season of “Crown” created a huge scandal for the British royal family, with some MPs even accusing it of tarnishing the image of the kingdom. However, there is at least one royal who was very excited to see himself on the show.
Sarah Ferguson, the ex-wife of Prince Andrew, the second son of the Duchess of York and Queen Elizabeth II, was introduced to the show by actress Jessica Aquelina. The character made his debut in the fourth season when the series began to cover the adult lives of the king’s four children. Although Ferguson’s character had relatively little screen time, she appears briefly as she meets Prince Andrew and steps into royal life. Their marriage in 1986 was also included in the show.
Revealed in a recent interview with Ferguson, who has expressed his love for the original Netflix on several occasions City and country That he wrote to the creators to provide insights into his character. He also joked about his limited appearance last season, saying, “Hello? Where’s Fergie?”
Fergie made it clear that she was not upset about the creators’ decision, adding that she had also written a letter to executive producer Andy Harry asking for her input. “I said to him, ‘Why can’t I help my character?’ He recalled that the show turned down his offer.
The Duchess had earlier praised the show, which told the story of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign. Our weekly In January. “The cinematography was great. I loved the way they married me,” he said.
The 61-year-old is a well-known fan of Regency dramas, and has admitted that he has twice beaten another Netflix original “Bridgeton” based on Julia Quinn’s legendary novel series of the same name.
“I loved Brigitte so much that I deliberately watched her twice. I’m obsessed with her. I think Daphne is a wonderful character, as we watch her learn about life. “I like to learn to use my strong voice. It’s time for women to talk to me,” she said.