“The Crown” sheds light on decades of British history, portraying Queen Elizabeth II’s life from her wedding to her coronation and reign until the early 21st century. The film also focuses on the lives of many members of the royal family – recent seasons of the film cover the marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, and the upcoming fifth installment is set to depict marital turmoil their personalities, and other important events.
The show sometimes takes the creative freedom to make the necessary changes to compress the story. In times like these, Peter Morgan largely relies on the “covenant of trust” he shares with the show’s audience, the host says The New York Times.
“Surname [the audience] much of it is conjecture. Sometimes there are unavoidable precision biases – an event may not happen where or even when I imagine it happened. But I’m totally finicky about having an underlying truth. “
https://www.slashfilm.com/1039509/the-crowns-creator-is-careful-about-when-he-chooses-to-bend-the-truth/ The creator of the crown is very careful about when he chooses to bend the truth