Queen Elizabeth II's former press secretary lashed out at the series "The Crown", which in her third season suggested that the queen had an affair with the coach of her racehorse, Lord Porchester.
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Queen Elizabeth II, 93, married Prince Philip, whom she had fallen in love with in 1947, at the age of 21, five years before her accession to the throne in 1952.
The queen "close to Porchie until his death in 2001"
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According to the "Sunday Times", the episode criticized shows the queen, played by British actress Olivia Colman, spending a month visiting stud farms in the United States and France, accompanied by Porchie. Prince Philip becomes suspicious.
The newspaper claims that the queen "remained close to Porchie until her death in 2001," while pointing out that there was no evidence that they were more than friends. "The Crown" is a fiction. Nobody knows the conversations between members of the royal family, "insisted Dickie Arbiter.
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