The Netflix series, The Crown, has been intriguing audiences since twenty sixteen with its high budget and high drama interpretation of the life and times of the British Wall family. However, producers this week disgusted many royalists as it was revealed by the mail that the tragic final moments of the late Princess Diana's life have been brucially recreated for series six, during filming in Paris late last year. Slideshow runners promising not to depict the exact moment of the crash impact shocking leaked images of the mangled Mercedes that was secretly smuggled to Paris under Taurel owned by the film crew has caused outrage as it becomes clear that Netflix value the six shock factor of Daniel's final movements over any sort of dignity or respect for the crash victims and their loved ones. And one of those loved ones, somewhat ironically, has recently spoken about the emotional impact of seeing images of his twin mother in that power power power's tunnel back in nineteen ninety seven. All I saw was the back of my mom's head slumped on the back seat. There were other more gruesome photographs, but I will be attending grateful to him for denying me the ability to inflict pain on myself by saying that because that's the kind of stuff that sticks in your mind forever. Which I completely understand. But surely, this raises the obvious but uncomfortable question. How on earth can Prince Harry continue to take Netflix's millions as payment for his own projects when they are prepared to exploit his mother's memory for financial and commercial gain, time and again. There's only one person I want to speak to on this. It's Princess Diana's former Butler. She described him as her rock, Paul Beryl. Paul, you're obviously a very close friend of the late Princess Diana, how do you feel firstly about sea Netflix, recreate the car crash and actually move the car, the mangled wreckage of the car or a fake version of the car to Paris. How has it made you feel ore. Well, Dan, I think Netflix have have just plunged to new depths and depicting the car crash scene and in fact creating a replica of the crash car is distasteful, is insensitive, and it's heartless. We all know how the princess died. We don't need to see it portrayed in graphic detail on TV. It's sensationalism as it's worst. I thought actually that depicting the queen as a cold, heartless distant woman was bad enough and depicting Queen Elizabeth's Queen mother as an actress pulled through a hedge backwards when she had such grace and elegance during her lifetime. But this takes the biscuit. I mean, honestly, they're not thinking about any sensibility towards family members or people who love the princess by revisiting that scene in such graphic detail. I've been your mother, your sister, your your daughter, would you want to see that recreated on the screen? No. She was so deeply loved in this country there are many ways which Netflix could have could have shown you that the princess had died, a flash of light, maybe something very simple, But to go into such detail, I think it's disgusting. I really do. I would appeal to the producers of the crown to do the right thing and delete those scenes because they shouldn't be seen and they shouldn't be revisited. I mean, look, while I have great sympathy for Prince Harry and the trauma that he continues to suffer, around his mother's car crash, I really struggled Paul now with the fact that he continues to take the millions and millions of pounds from Netflix. Because it feels to me not for the first time he is now putting money ahead of morality. Well, that's Harry's game now. Unfortunately, he has got into bed with Netflix. He's got into bed with the devil. And he's taken the money. And quite frankly, he should give all that money back and walk away from it to do the decent thing. Just like he did with firmware colleges, he gave the money back, you you know, the the money which he used for the taxpayers money, which he used for furthermore coaches, was would be returned to him. He should do the same thing with Netflix because Netflix not a company which he should be rubbing shoulders with after what we've just seen and knowing how to set him and William at the time. I was there. I saw what happened. Does he really want to work in the company who are going to portray all of that for the world yet again. I'm really not a fan of the crown. And especially Paul, when Harry, over the past few years, has set himself up to be almost like some sort of moral arbiter of the media, know, he is so quick to criticize newspapers and photographers, but all of a sudden when it comes to him making money. He's actually turned into a bit of a propagandist for Netflix and the crowd. While the rest of the family are loathed to talk about it because they Feel the impact of the crown deeply, especially King Charles. Because he knows how damaging the crown has been to his reputation with young people around the world. Harry, actually in interviews, has actively promoted the crowd and said how much he loves watching it. Well, I it it beg his belief, doesn't it? I mean, especially in this coronation year, he's he's he's not promoting the family at all. He's sort of taking it apart. And we're watching the dismantling of Harry and Meghan because their brand, I think, is going to collapse. I don't think it's going to survive because they are only relevant because they are members of the royal family. They're only relevant because they have royal news to tell. So, you know, How long will that last? And how long do we have to suffer? Harry, washing dirty laundry, in public? Because that's what he's doing. The rest of the family are doing the right thing. They're staying silent. They're having great dignity and silence. And Look at Kate and William. Look at the look at the difference between Harry and Meghan on one side of the world and Kate and William on this side of the world. Kate and William are not putting a foot wrong. They're doing exactly what they should be doing. They are representing the royal family. In a in a in a immaculate way, they are, after all, our future, king and queen, indeed, And look, I do have to say, Paul, I don't think I I think you're right, but I think the brand is completely collapsing. I think Harry and Meghan are becoming a laughing stock in the US actually. They're not taken seriously over there as they are here, but they're viewed as a joke because people laugh now about the south part depiction of their worldwide privacy tour is a joke. But but for me, I think what the Netflix deal shows and this hypocrisy shows is that they can no longer claim to take the moral high ground as they have for so many years. Because what this proves is that if it's about the big bucks, if it's about the mulets, they will put any morals to one side. And I I worry. If they come back to Britain, the country which they've rejected and abandoned, I worry what the people of this country might say because I personally feel that they should stay in America have a happy life, bring up their children in an American way, and not come back to Britain because there isn't a place here for them. And I wonder what's going to happen with the coronation coming towards us whether or not Harry will be brave enough to sit amongst his family members, whom he's thrown under the bus. I've not I I have no I I do think that Meghan will stay in in the states. I think she will stay there. Took after the children, especially as it's it's a birthday time. But I I honestly think that Harry will come because, you know, he's not the brightest spark in in the royal family. And I think he will come and try and try and pull it off because, you know, it's a story which he can then go back to the states and relate in another world call with Netflix and I guess Well, that's all about Paul. It all comes out to one thing. Of course, it is. It's all about being relevant. And he's only relevant if he has another royal story to tell. What a tragic state of affairs? What a very sad story? I'm very sad about that at all. And he will look Paul at such a pleasure to speak to you. You know, we are all sending a sending a huge strength and love to you right now as well. We know you're going through this cancer battle. You are being so brave, so strong, so you know we're all behind you. Paul Baroque -- You'll speak very soon. -- well, you absolutely will. Thank you, Paul.