The season deals with the turbulent affair between Prince Charles and Princess Diana between 1979 and 1990. However the show has been attacked by Rajkumar’s associates as “trolling the Hollywood budget” in which “fantasy is presented as fact”.
The Crown is a hit Netflix show, with four seasons in which The Queen’s life began shortly before the 1952 coronation.
Speaking to the Mail on Sunday, many important events of the Royal Insiders were depicted.
One said: “The new series portrays the Prince and Duchess in a very dim light, but at least reality shows such as The Only Way Is Essex Way believe that some scenes have been invented for entertainment.
“There is no point in telling carefully told stories – it is all very two-dimensional.
“It’s trolling with a Hollywood budget.
“The public should not be fooled thinking that this is an accurate depiction of what has actually happened.
“No one is happy with the Duke of Cambridge.
“They feel that both their parents are being exploited and are being introduced in a false, simple way to make money.”
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He said: “This is the commercial end for drama and entertainment, which excludes real people who are kidnapping and exploiting their lives.
“In this case, it is pulling things that were thoughtless for one’s feelings during a very difficult time 25 or 30 years ago.
“It’s not right or proper, especially when things being portrayed don’t represent the truth.”
Season four of The Crown stars Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, a role she continues from the third season.
Josh O’Connor returns as Prince Charles, while newcomer Emma Corinne plays Princess Diana.
Earlier this year the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced a mega deal with Netflix.
Harry and Meghan are due for films, documentaries and children’s shows for the steaming giant.
However the role has come under criticism due to the content of season four.
A royal insider said: “Eyebrows are raised about Harry taking millions from the company that is behind all this.
“Where does Netflix profits come from? Crown.”