Netflix’s hit series The Crown, based on the British royal family’s history with Queen Elizabeth II, is shouting slogans against its stars.
According to the Daily Mail, the show’s Princess Margaret, played by Helena Bonham Carter, left the citizens of Scotland after being rendered useless.
In this scene, Margaret’s character enters the People’s Store to buy a bathing suit for her lover, Roddy Llewellyn and makes objectionable comments about the residents.
As Margaret Bonham Carter says in the series, “I think we got into an experiment,”
Labor MP for South Scotland Colin Smith spoke about how the United Kingdom portrayed citizens.
“It is common knowledge locally that Princess Margaret meets Roddy Llewellyn in beautiful borders and takes advantage of the wonderful stores in Peebles to impress her.”
The politician then blamed the network for not filming the series.
He said he was told, “how wrong the comments are.”
The producers of the disappointed MSP show said they could also enjoy the “great” boutique Peoples offer.
Netflix did not immediately respond to a Fox News comment.
This is not the first time a royal family member’s role in the acclaimed series has attracted criticism.
In one scene the queen crocodile was in tears as the chain descended into hot water. A plotline sees Queen, played by Olivia Coleman, appealing to Prime Minister Harold Wilson to visit the families of the dead in Aberfan, Wales after a tragic accident.
The infamous Abrafan Coal Tip killed 144 lives, mostly children and small communities.
Finally, a colleague warned HRH: “You may want to consider that Wales is not England. The display of emotion is not considered appropriate, it is.”
Later, she is seen raising a handkerchief to her face with a deadpan expression as she is rebuked by the crowd.
She commented: “I caught a bone-dry eye and no one noticed it with wonder.” Wilson’s former press secretary, Joe Hines, called these scenes “nonsense.”
The 91-year-old queen insisted that she was fully capable of showing emotion, note: “Anyone who sees her in a monument knows.”
Meanwhile a publicist at The Crown said: “We show an emperor who is naturally restrained. The advisers question his toughness. We make it clear that he has a strong relationship with Aberfan.