The sixth and final season of 'The Crown,' a popular Netflix series, focuses on the life and tragic death of Diana, Princess of Wales. This season starts in 1997, capturing one of the most turbulent periods in recent British history, including the aftermath of Diana's divorce from Prince Charles and concluding with Charles's wedding to Camilla Parker Bowles in 2005. The early episodes are dedicated to the events leading up to and following the 1997 car accident in Paris that resulted in the deaths of Diana and her companion Dodi Fayed, sparking widespread grief and anger against the royal family.
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The Crown's Reflections on 'The Queen': Queen Elizabeth's Dilemma Post-Diana's Death
Blending Fact and Fiction: The Crown's Portrayal of Mohamed al-Fayed and the Speculative Nature of Diana and Dodi's Story
Dramatization vs. Reality: The Controversial Impact of 'The Crown' on Historical Perception and Diana's Final Days