Did Prince Charles really meet John Major over Queen abdication? The Crown analysed


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The term was borne out of Queen Victoria’s reluctance to step down as head of state despite her unpopularity, which seemed to also be the case for the Queen in the 1990s, according to The Crown.

However, as Major predicted, Prince Charles later lost favour with the people over his acrimonious divorce from Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki) and his continued affair with Camilla Parker Bowles (Olivia Williams) amid the so-called ‘Tampongate’ call.

Royal expert Fitzwilliam said: “Regarding what’s true and what isn’t, from the very scene where the Prince of Wales is anxious to enlist the Prime Minister John Major in an attempt to oust the Queen, in an attempt to force her to abdicate, such behaviour just simply didn’t happen.

“Climactically, what you see very clearly is a series that uses performers extremely well.



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