Reports have surfaced that Queen Elizabeth II is "annoyed" at how her husband Prince Philip has been portrayed in popular Netflix series 'The Crown'.
The shock response comes after Her Majesty’s initially positive reception to the Netflix program when it originally debuted in 2016.
It is apparently the second season which got on the Queen's nerves where Prince Philip is shown to be harsh and distant toward his two eldest children - especially Prince Charles.
While Prince Charles has been very open to the public about his schooling years where it is widely acknowledged that the royal was ‘mercilessly bullied’, apparently the Queen doesn't believe Prince Philip was ever that cold toward their son.
Especially the scene in 'The Crown' where Prince Philip tells a young Charles that he is "bloody weak" for crying.
"(The Queen) was upset by the way Prince Philip is depicted as being a father insensitive to his son’s wellbeing,” a palace source told The Express.
"She was particularly annoyed at a scene in which Philip has no sympathy for a plainly upset Charles while he is flying him home from Scotland.
“That simply did not happen."
Despite the Queen's new stance toward the popular Netflix show, many fans are extremely excited for its return which is set for November 17.