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No 10 were trying to help the Royals present things in the best way, but may have seemed insensitive.

The princes were uneasy about walking behind the coffin, but No 10’s advice that the Royals had to be seen mourning in public was right.’Mr Boulton says the Queen, who did not take part in the call, made it clear later that she supported her husband’s emotional response.

” ’Historians and Royal watchers reacted with anger last night after it was revealed that the new series of The Crown will resurrect rumours of Prince Philip’s supposed philandering.

Explosive scenes from the Netflix show portray a marriage rocked in its early years by betrayal and unfounded tales of the Duke of Edinburgh’s adultery.‘I have learned more about humiliation in the past few weeks than I hoped I would in a lifetime,’ is the cry of the Queen – played by Claire Foy – who glowers with dagger-eyed jealousy at a beautiful ballet dancer.

Harry has said in the past that he and his brother should never have been put through the ordeal of walking behind the coffin.

And Diana’s brother Earl Spencer claimed last month that a Palace aide ‘lied’ to him about the princes’ wishes.

Mr Boulton says Philip swore when ‘Downing Street spinners kicked around what roles Harry and William should play in the funeral’.

The long-running dispute over who made the decision that the two princes should take part in the funeral walk is at the centre of the BBC film, which exams the outpouring of public grief in the aftermath of Diana’s death – and its effect on Britain.



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