Wow, Season 4 of The Crown was, let’s say, a little scandalous. They perhaps were a little cruel to the Royal Family. These quotes from The Crown Season 4 may just be a little harsh to Prince Charles and Diana. What do you think? Who is the villain in this story?
The Crown Quotes Season 4 Quotes on Netflix
Season 4 of The Crown begins in the late 1970s, with Prince Charles (in his 30s) meeting the teenage Diana. It ends in 1990 with their marriage on the rocks due to infidelity and emotional detriment. There were funny scenes and heartbreaking scenes as we watched Charles and Diana’s marriage become dismantled.
Did I miss any of the shocking quotes from The Crown Season 4? Drop them in the comments below.
Is doing nothing your solution to everything?
Begging for anything is desperate. Begging for pardon is common.
Always a mistake to assume just because people are privileged, they lack grit.
That’s the last thing this country needs. Two women running the show.
The idea that you, of all people, should lecture me about the sanctity of marriage, affairs of the heart needing to be conventional, because you and Edwina hardly blazed a trail in that department.
They say I have mental health problems. I don’t, I’m just poor.
I know what being overlooked feels like better than anyone. I’ve spent my whole life being unthanked, unappreciated, uncared for.
The perfect wife, the perfect princess, and the whole place goes nuts. It’s the power of fairy tales.
Your marriage, all our marriages, are a reflection on the integrity of the Crown.
What does one have to do to get some kindness from this family?
If you have a complaint about not being loved, or appreciated in this marriage. I suggest you take it up with the people who arranged it.
Your capacity for self-delusion never ceases to amaze me.