Princess Diana's brother has broken his silence following the release of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's second Netflix-exclusive documentary volume.
Charles Spencer, the brother of the late Princess of Wales, has spoken out following speculation over what he would make of the Sussexes' documentary.
A fairly cryptic picture of Charles I appeared on Spencer's Instagram page, with a lengthy description of a banquet the former King had received in the 1600s, OK reported.
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Some users that commented on the Instagram post noted that it was a rather "apt" portrait of the King to "reflect on".
Taking to Instagram, Spencer wrote: "Portrait of Charles I, hanging in the Picture Gallery at @althorphouse – the king visited the house in the 1630s, as an honoured guest – at one banquet recorded as feasting on herons, peacocks, and even the humble potato (which was relatively new to England then)."
His visit to that of the Althorp Picture Gallery comes just a day after Harry and Meghan saw the second volume of their bombshell Netflix documentary release.
The pair made a series of allegations against the likes of Prince William and King Charles, with Daily Star providing a round up of unanswered questions left over by the documentary.
Their documentary did not seem to receive direct comment from Charles Spencer, other than a cryptic posting of Charles I.
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His Instagram caption continued: "He was also allowed to visit Althorp [the Spencer estate] several times in 1647, when being held prisoner at his palace of Holdenby – after losing the first English Civil War.
"The king's hobbies included Bible-reading, chess, and lawn bowls, and Althorp had an excellent bowling green. Charles was executed in London, in January 1649."
One user replying to the post said: "Very apt portrait and king to reflect on today."
Charles Spencer's sister Diana features several times in the Sussexes' documentary, including in footage of the controversial Panorama interview which Prince William is said to have been "infuriated" about.
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