Season 5 of Crown" is set to release in November on Netflix.
Image: Courtesys of Netflix As Liz Butler stood among the crowds of well-wishers outside Buckingham Palace, she couldn't help asking herself if she was living through a future episode of hit TV series "The Crown".Like many of those flocking to bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth II, Butler was a big fan of the Netflix show that has offered viewers a glimpse—albeit fictionalised —inside royal life. "I wonder, will they try to put all this in it?" said Butler, 68, as the new King Charles III and his Queen Consort Camilla swept by, waving from the royal car.
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