Netflix writer Peter Morgan expects filming of the show to stop out of respect following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday.
The screenwriter, who also wrote the 2006 movie The Queen, described Netflix’s The Crown as a “love letter to her” after news of Her Majesty’s death broke.
according to Limithe wrote in an email: “The crown is a letter of love to her and I have nothing to add now, just silence and respect.
I’m waiting? On Netflix, drama The Crown writer Peter Morgan expects filming of the show to be paused out of respect following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday (pictured in 2018)
“I expect we will stop filming out of respect as well.”
Netflix has had long plans in case the Queen dies while making the crown.
When production first started, Stephen Daldry, who directed some of the first episodes of the first series, said that he would stop production for a respectable amount of time.
Tribute: The screenwriter, who also wrote 2006’s The Queen, called The Crown a ‘love letter to her’ after news of Her Majesty’s death (pictured in June) broke.
He previously said: ‘None of us knows when that time will come, but it would be appropriate and appropriate to show respect to the Queen.
It would be a simple greeting and a sign of respect. She’s a global figure and that’s what we have to do.
“She’s an extraordinary woman and people will be upset.”
STOP: Netflix made plans long ago in case the Queen dies while making the crown (Peter photo in 2017)
Claire Foy and Olivia Colman previously played Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown while Imelda Staunton is set to appear as the late Queen from November.
Queen Elizabeth II passed away today at the age of 96.
Her son Charles, the former Prince of Wales, is now King Charles III, as the world mourns his mother, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch.
ON SCREEN: Imelda Staunton is set to appear on The Crown as The Late King of November (pictured last year)
Original: Claire Foy portrayed The King in the first two series (pictured in 2016)
Star: Olivia Colman played Queen Elizabeth II on the Netflix series from 2019 to 2020 (pictured in 2019)
Her Majesty’s children all rushed to Balmoral today after doctors became “concerned” about her health. Hours later, she died surrounded by her family.
At 6:30 p.m., her death was confirmed. A Buckingham Palace spokesperson said: ‘The Queen passed away peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow.’
The Queen’s death will see Britain and its Commonwealth realms enter a 10-day period of mourning as millions of her subjects in the UK and abroad come to terms with her death.
Her coffin will be taken to London on the Royal Train via Edinburgh before settling in the state in Westminster Hall in both Houses of Parliament for four days. Hundreds of thousands of people will be able to express their respect.
The state funeral is expected at Westminster Abbey, central London, on Monday, 19 September, which will be attended by her disgraced family as well as 2,000 heads of state, prime ministers, chiefs, members of the European royal family and prominent figures from public life across the country. Globe.
And as her son ascends the throne, there will also be a celebration of her historic 70-year anniversary that saw her reach a platinum jubilee this year – a milestone a British monarch is unlikely to reach again.
Charles, who will reign as King Charles III, said today: “The death of my beloved mother, Her Majesty the Queen, is a moment of great sadness for me and all of my family.
We are deeply saddened by the passing of our dear, beloved mother. I know her loss will be deeply felt throughout the country, realms and commonwealth, and by countless people around the world.
“During this period of mourning and change, my family and I will feel comfortable and sustained by knowing the deep respect and affection the Queen has received so widely.”
Farewell: Queen Elizabeth II passed away today at the age of 96 (pictured in May)
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