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TV Review: “The Crown: Fairytale” (S4, Ep. 3)

Now, at last, we come to what will no doubt be the most important conflict in this entire season: the relationship between Charles and Diana. In this episode, he finally proposes to her and she accepts, but unfortunately she finds out very quickly that this little fairytale isn’t all it was cracked up to be. Left largely to herself in the shabby grandeur of Buckingham Palace, she also has to contend with the…




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Dr. Thomas J. West III

Dr. Thomas J. West III

Ph.D. in English | Film and TV geek | Lover of fantasy and history | Full-time writer | Feminist and queer | Liberal scold and gadfly

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