Charles & Camilla Have Disabled Comments On Twitter After Their Portrayal On The Crown S4

Prince Charles, Camilla

The official social media accounts of Prince Charles and Camilla have been flooded with hateful comments, following the portrayal of their relationship on The Crown season 4.

The Crown‘s fourth season chronicled the ultimately doomed marriage between Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor) and Princess Diana (Emma Corrin), and Charles’ early relationship with Camilla (Emerald Fennell).

I mean, The Crown wasn’t exactly kind to Charles in season 4. He was depicted as a shockingly cruel husband to Diana, who dismissed her efforts to try and make their marriage work. He was, throughout the season, solely dedicated to Camilla. The entire season was a hard watch, to be honest.

While the actual saga took place literal decades ago, The Crown has absolutely revived a lot of thoughts, feelings, and opinions about them.

Since the series hit Netflix, a number of fans have swamped Charles and Camilla’s social media accounts with either a) Diana’s name over and over and over again, or b) hate comments. One user tweeted that she hopes Charles never becomes king.

“I am a huge supporter of the entire royal family, however if The Crown is even 1/4 an accurate portrayal of how you treated Princess Diana when she was alive, I’m sorry Prince Charles you never deserve the throne,” a different user tweeted.

Another wrote: “Diana forever !!! The way you both treated Diana is sickening to say the least.”

Others simply posted pictures and videos of the late princess.

It even reached a point where they – Charles and Camilla’s social media manager – limited the amount of people who could reply to certain tweets, like the below.

Twitter / @ClarenceHouse

It’s much of the same thing on Instagram.

All the comments on this post, shared by the @RoyalFamily Instagram, are mostly just variations of Diana’s name and love heart emojis.

The likes on each comment are staggering.


Instagram / @theroyalfamily

Instagram / @theroyalfamily

It’s pretty much the same thing on Prince Charles and Camilla’s official Instagram, @clarencehouse, too.

Unsurprisingly, royal circles aren’t very amused with The Crown right now. Palace insiders have dunked on the show, accusing producers of “trolling on a Hollywood budget.”

One insider told Daily Mail Australia that the latest season has “hijacked and exploited” the lives of the Royal Family.

“It’s dragging up things that happened during very difficult times 25 or 30 years ago without a thought for anyone’s feelings,” they said. “That isn’t right or fair, particularly when so many of the things being depicted don’t represent the truth.”

Nobody tell them The Crown still has two more seasons to go.

You can stream seasons 1 to 4 on Netflix now.