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The UK’s Culture Secretary has asked Netflix to add a health warning before every episode of The Crown.

A warning that the show is based on fiction and not the truth has been requested by Oliver Dowden, as he fears that younger viewers might mistake the work of fiction for fact.

The popular show is in its fourth season already and has created a stir among both the public and the royals themselves, as they feel that it's not a true reflection of the truth.

The current season of the show, which premiered on Netflix earlier this month, depicts a tumultuous period of Queen Elizabeth II’s rule in the 1980s and presents an often unflattering view of members of the family, reports CNN.

The royal drama depicts the life of the Queen from the moment she inherited the title and accepted the role, to where the fourth season is currently focusing on the late Princess Diana and her marriage to Prince Charles.

Once Camilla’s character entered the current season, both her and Prince Charles have deleted their Twitter accounts due to a large amount of abuse they received from other users.

Netflix is yet to comment on the matter.

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