The awaited final season of the Crown promises to handle the death of Diana s…

A Top boss of TV’s The Crown has promised the dramatisation of Princess Diana’s death will be done with “a huge amount of respect”.

Suzanne Mackie insisted it was important for the crew to be “sensitive” during the shoot. She said: “The show might be big and noisy, but we’re not, we’re thoughtful people.

“There was a very, very careful, long, long, long conversation about how we do it. “And I hope, you know, the audience will judge it in the end.

“But I think it’s been delicately, thoughtfully recreated.” Great Gatsby star Elizabeth Debicki, 33, portrays Diana leading up to her death in a Paris car crash in 1997.”

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Suzanne said she is an “extraordinary actress” and added: “She was so thoughtful, considerate and loved Diana. So there was a huge amount of respect from us all. I hope that’s evident when you see it.”

She was speaking at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, where she was joined by Andy Harries, also a Crown executive producer.

He was asked how Queen Elizabeth’s death a year ago had affected the hit show. He replied it “undoubtedly impacted” the crew but particularly writer Peter Morgan.

Of the show itself, he added: “It didn’t change fundamentally, but it did change in a sense.

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“When you see it, I think you’ll know what I mean.” Suzanne also revealed Peter had told her that the show was a “love-letter” to Queen Elzabeth.

She said: “I remember when she died, you [could] feel that it was bound to happen on that day. It was an awful moment, and I couldn’t get a hold of [Peter] for hours.”

The Crown debuted on Netflix in 2016 and has run for five seasons. The sixth series will be the last and is due for broadcast later this year.

It is expected that the plots will show the premiership of Sir Tony Blair (actor Bertie Carvel) and the early relationship between William and Kate, played by newcomers Ed McVey and Meg Bellamy, at St Andrews University.

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