Were Crown producers afraid of royal rabies? The successful series of Netflix portrayed during the two seasons has published the life of Queen Elizabeth II (93) and her family, well detailed and realistic. But too much authenticity, the creators of the show that the public then probably did not expect. The manner in which the monarch and his husband, Prince Philip (98), fulfill their conjugal obligations in the bedroom has been deliberately disguised.
Although the four pregnancies and births of the queen interpreted by Claire Foy (35 years) are part of the story, but from the act of procreation with Philip (Matt Smith, 37) leaves no trace. Why is it true? Say it Princess Margaret (✝71) actress Vanessa Kirby (31) now in the podcast Stories of love, "There was a sex scene between Elizabeth and Philip during the first season, they were filming in South Africa – and then they said:" I do not think anyone wants to see them like that Queen Has sex. " As a result, the producers would then have decided to avoid the explicit scenes of the fictional chamber of the Windsors.
Vanessa his own figure was also a victim of this self-imposed censorship. Margaret had her second season with her future husband Antony Armstrong-Jones (Matthew Goode, 41) have an act of love with "many positions". About the omission of these sequences, the 31-year-old was very happy. "At Margaret's, I thought: nobody wants to see the royal tits – not really!"
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