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The Crown ( TV Show ) links Prince Philip to the Profumo Affair: Uproar as new series implicates Duke of Edinburgh in one of Britain's most damaging sex scandals

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5117101/The-Crown-links-Prince-Philip-Profumo-Affair.html




'The new series of The Crown has provoked uproar by implicating Prince Philip in the Profumo Affair which scandalised Britain in the early 1960s.

In one 'fictitious' scene, the Queen confronts her husband about the nature of his relationship with Stephen Ward – the high-society osteopath and fixer who ‘procured women’ for leading members of the Establishment.

Elizabeth – played by Claire Foy – is also shown conspiring to keep details of Philip’s involvement out of the public domain.

The drama’s decision to implicate Prince Philip in one of Britain’s most damaging sex scandals comes just days after the couple celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary.

Historians last night accused the programme – made by American entertainment giant Netflix – of ‘crossing a line’.

The Profumo scandal of 1963 was sparked by the revelation that John Profumo, the then Minister of War, had had an affair with nightclub hostess Christine Keeler while she was also dating the Russian military attache, Yevgeny Ivanov.

Profumo resigned in disgrace and Ward, who had befriended Profumo, Keeler and her friend Mandy Rice-Davies, killed himself before he was sentenced for living off immoral earnings.'


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