Former chief press officer, in the rebellion of 'gossip' about the Queen in the popular Netflix series: 'Tasteless and totally unjustified'

Was she cheating or is it the whole fabrication and malicious rumors? In the days leading up to the premiere of the Netflix series 'The Crown' is again come

Former chief press officer, in the rebellion of 'gossip' about the Queen in the popular Netflix series: 'Tasteless and totally unjustified'

Was she cheating or is it the whole fabrication and malicious rumors?

In the days leading up to the premiere of the Netflix series 'The Crown' is again come to life in the ancient speculation about how close the queen Elizabeth's relation to hestetræneren lord Porchester really was.

For although the Queen has been married to prince Philip in a lifetime - the celebrated jernbryllup in 2017 - so has their more than 70-year-old cooperation has not always been hard, and harmonious.

the Rumors have flourished for years, and now they have also found their way to the tv screen.

In the new season of the popular tv-series more than it suggests that queen Elizabeth had a romantic relationship to lord Porchester, who was the head of her racehorses.

So not enough with that prince Philip is alleged to have had a hard time keeping her queen - rumors, that clearly was brought on in the show's first seasons:

Even queen Elizabeth was also - according to the rumors and the tv series - have had a romance relationship with the boss of its race horses.

the Third season of 'The Crown' can be viewed on the streaming service from 17. november, but several scenes have already been debate in the Uk.

Most significant is the assessment of the queen's former press secretary, Dickie Arbiter, as to the newspaper the Sunday Times calls the show's delineation of the relationship between the Queen and her hestechef for 'very distasteful and totally unfounded.'

"the Queen is the last person in the world who would ever consider so much as looking at another man," says the Arbiter to the newspaper.

"It is not just imprecise – it is gossip, that have driven around for decades. And it has absolutely no substance," he adds.

"The Crown is fiction. No one knows what the members of the royal family are talking about but people will tell the story the way it suits them, and they will make it a sensation," he stresses.

certain it is, however, that the Queen had a very close relationship and lifelong friendship to Lord Porchester, as she consistently called for the 'Porchie.'

The two had known each other from childhood, and they continued to be good friends until his death in 2001. He was 77 years old.

One of the reasons for the persistent rumors of a romance was, among other things, that the two traveled around Europe to look at horses.

At a time in the new season of 'The Crown', there is a scene between the Queen and the Prince, who in the new season are played respectively by Olivia Colman and Tobias Menzies.

During an argument turns Elizabeth against Philip, and said:

"I have nothing to hide for you. Porchie is a friend. And yes, there are those who would have preferred that I had married him, but to everyone's ærgelse and frustration are the only person I ever loved, you."

prince Philip she has known most of his life. She was just 13 years old, when she saw the 18-year-old soldier and prince of Greece and Denmark for the first time, and the infatuation began to spirre.

They were married in 1947, when Elizabeth was 21 years old. Today, the queen is 93 years old, and Philip is full 98. In 2017 they could celebrate the 'Jernbryllup'.

Updated Date: 23 November 2019, 07:01

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