Thank God for the arrival of series four of The Crown, TV’s most over the top quality soap opera which has stopped millions of us going bonkers during these dreary days of lockdown. Stuck at home for these long winter nights – we can’t go out to eat or meet friends for a moan and a drink, but we can order a takeaway and feast on glorious scenery, grand houses, gorgeous ball dresses, dazzling jewellery and ridiculous hats with pom-pom tassels. And what about the men? Over the top ceremonial uniforms, with feathered helmets, bearskins, medals galore, plus fabulous roomy overcoats for funerals and state occasions – so on trend in 2020! So does it matter whether The Crown is a true picture of everyday life in the world’s snootiest dysfunctional family? Thank God for the arrival of series four of The Crown, TV’s most over the top quality soap opera which has stopped millions of us going bonkers during these dreary days of lockdown To be frank, the last thing I care about is truth or fact checking, or asking questions like ‘would the Queen really be indulging in polite chit chat with a man who had broken into… Read full this story
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JANET STREET-PORTER: Who cares if The Crown twists history? I just want a regal soap opera, gorgeous clothes and an escape from lockdown misery. If I want the facts, I’ll Google them have 322 words, post on www.dailymail.co.uk at November 24, 2020. This is cached page on VietMaz. If you want remove this page, please contact us.