The Crown’s producer hints the series could return with spinoff featuring ‘fairly tawdry events’
Andy Harries, the co-founder of Left Bank Pictures, revealed that members of “the circle around the royal family” had been in contact with scandalous stories that could eventually make their way to the small screen.
He shared: “I think one day Peter [Morgan] or any other producers might reveal many of the stories which we decided not to feature.
“Fergie doesn’t feature heavily in the series. We didn’t do the toe sucking story.
“It wasn’t because it wasn’t a good or interesting story, but it was not central to the theme of the show... it was a sideshow and I think we have done well to avoid the silly sideshows.”
Harries also shared that one of Prince Andrew’s ex-girlfriends had got in touch to offer their help with making the series.
Their relationship was discovered a year and a half later, and Stark was subjected to frenzy of media attention. He went on to marry Sarah, known as Fergie.
The former royal couple welcomed two daughters, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, together but divorced in 1996 after a decade of marriage.
The Crown Season Six Part Two is available on Netflix from 14 December