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The Crown series 5 will be 'very painful' for Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla

READ MORE: 'Homesick' Harry missing English life as ‘California honeymoon period over’ - expert Angela Levin, esteemed author of biographies on several remembers of the Royal Family, including her upcoming project, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: From Outcast to Future Queen Consort, reflected on the series.The royal expert said that the upcoming season will focus heavily on the continued breakdown of the marriage between Prince Charles and Princess Diana and the role Camilla Parker Bowles (now The Duchess Of Cornwall) played.She commented: “A lot of the weekly show is, I’m told, about Diana and right up to her death, and we'll obviously be blaming Camilla because the last one [Series 4] was very unkind about her.”Storylines that haven’t been shown in the series so far include The Queen’s 1992 “Annus horribilis” which pertained to several catastrophic events for Her Majesty, The Queen.Potential topics include the publication of controversial photographs concerning Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, the divorce of Princess Anne, The Princess Royal from Captain Mark Phillips, several controversies regarding the late Princess of Wales and the fire at Windsor Castle. When asked if the Royal family are fearful or cautious about the effect of the hit Netflix series, Angela replied in the affirmative.

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Prince George’s cute nickname for Kate Middleton spotted by lip-reading expert
Prince George, his sister Princess Charlotte and younger brother Prince Louis, have stolen the show in the Queen's Platinum Jubilee at their first carriage debut.The young royals rode together in the carriage in the procession along with their mother, Kate Middleton and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.The celebration marks 70 years of the Queen on the throne since she becomes the first monarch in the nation's history to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee.During the short journey from Buckingham Palace to watch the Horse Guard Parade, the eight-year-old waves to the crowd as they head down to the Mall.He is spotted calling his mum an adorable nickname by lip-reading expert Jeremy Freeman when he turns to speak to Kate.According to Jeremy, George adjusts his posture on the carriage and says: "Momma."Meanwhile his younger brother, Louis, is seen being "slapped down" by sister Charlotte, who appears to tell him to stop waving.Louis is spotted wearing a very similar outfit his father, Prince William, once wore when he attended Trooping the Colour in 1985.The four-year-old puts on a navy and white striped sailor-inspired outfit in a touching yet sweet tribute to William.Charlotte is seen wearing a cornflower blue dress and a blue ribbon on her braided hair.The group is later seen joining the Queen at Buckingham Palace balcony as they watch the Royal Air Force flypast.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.The 96-year-old Monarch stepped out of the famous balcony along with cousin, the Duke of Kent, son Prince Charles, daughter Princess Anne and Camilla, while Kate and William lead their three children to meet the well-wishers.While it was confirmed