Heavy Criticism on Queen Elizabeth II ‘woman of limited intelligence’
The Crown creator says the Queen is ‘of limited intelligence’
He may have based a whole Netflix series on the royal family, but the creator of The Crown has just claimed the Queen is a ‘woman of limited intelligence’.
Screenwriter Peter Morgan told the Sunday Times that he believes the Queen would have preferred to be “looking after dogs and breeding horses” than ruling the Commonwealth.
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“Maybe it’s because I am an outsider — both my parents were refugees,” he said.
The creator of The Crown Peter Morgan told the Sunday Times that he believes the Queen would have preferred to be “looking after dogs and breeding horses” than ruling the Commonwealth.
Peter Morgan claimed the Queen is a ‘woman of limited intelligence’.
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“If you had told me I would be doing this, I would have told you it was mad, hallucinogenic conjecture.
“I wouldn’t have guessed there would be anything more to say about this countryside woman of limited intelligence who would have much preferred looking after her dogs and breeding horses to being queen.”
He went on to claim call the royal family a “survival organism, like a mutating virus”.
The Crown is about to release its second season on Netflix on December 8. Photo: Netflix
The Crown is set to release its second season on Netflix on December 8, after rave reviews of the first season.
It follows the Queen from the moment her father died and she was made Queen, right up to her marriage and having her kids.
The second series is up to the year 1963 and 1964 and will include Queen Elizabeth’s marriage struggles, her meeting with John F Kennedy and Princess Margaret’s new husband.
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