Personal charm, gentle but charismatic demeanor, charm and sincere concern for the needy: Diana Spencer earned the title of princess of human hearts with everything she did. She gave away happiness, but she didn’t experience much of it in her personal life; moreover, it has become a public matter. The final episodes of the spectacular series The Crown, which will appear on Netflix on November 16, will show what all led up to the tragic event in August 1997, when the social and fashion icon died at the age of only thirty-six.
On November 16, the first four episodes of the sixth and at the same time the last season of the series Koruna, which has become one of the most successful Netflix titles over the years, will premiere. The final season will cover the events that affected the British royal family between 1997 and 2005. One of the main themes of the opening episodes will be the unfortunate end of Princess Diana’s life (Elizabeth Debicki), which was prematurely terminated in August 1997 by a car accident in a Paris tunnel. Lady Di was in the car along with her partner at the time, Dodi Al-Fayed. The tragedy was preceded by a chase with paparazzi on a motorcycle, who wanted to capture new photos of the popular icon and her lover after returning from vacation.
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According to the creators, the accident itself will not be shown in the series – certainly not explicitly. “We realize that this is an extremely hot topic, and we have been thinking for a long time about how to tackle it. We think that in the end we handled it sensitively,” they said some time ago producers of the seriesAndy Harris and Suzanne Mackie at the Edinburgh Television Festival, saying that instead of Diana’s death, they focused on what led up to it. In the series, we will see how Lady Di lived after her divorce from Charles: she became a fashion icon who set trends (and many still draw from them today), devoted herself to charity work for the Red Cross, especially in the fight against AIDS, and on almost every the lenses of tabloid photographers followed her every step. Her untimely passing affected millions of people around the world.