The new season of the historical drama "Crown" has been released on the streaming platform Netflix. This time the series covers the marriage of Prince Charles and his wife Diana, as well as the relationship of the heir to the British throne with his second wife, Camilla. The premiere once again piqued the interest of viewers to this story.
Biographer Tina Brown, who wrote the book about Diana, stated that at the end of her life she was on good terms with Prince Charles. Brown noted that after parting, they drank tea together at the princess's residence, Express reports.
According to the biographer, Diana made peace with Charles and "accepted" his beloved Camilla Parker Bowles. The princess realized that Parker Bowles was the prince's "love of life" and "could not do anything about it." At the same time, Diana told Brown that she would return to her husband if he wanted to.
Charles and Diana got married in 1981. The parents of Princes William and Harry broke up 11 years later, in 1992. The former spouses admitted that they were in a different relationship during the marriage. The official divorce was filed in 1996, a year before Diana's death in a car accident.
Prince Charles and Camilla met before he met Diana in 1970. The biographer noted that both immediately fell in love with each other, but Camilla married another man. However, after the death of Princess Diana, Charles and Camilla announced their engagement in 2005.