recording set of Crown, a series produced by Netflix, was robbed. According to British newspaper Sun, Netflix confirmed that valuable props had been taken from a studio in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, UK, and that the damage was approximately £150,000. (equivalent to R$ 1 million). The series portrays the daily lives of British royals and is noted for the details in which it presents this reality to its customers.
Among the items were stolen jewelry used in the characters’ costumes and a rare replica of a Faberge egg. – Ancient Russian masterpiece of jewelry – acquired by King George V in 1933. An estimated 200 items were stolen.
“The makers have an incredible eye for detail and each item has been carefully selected. It is heartbreaking to lose a lot,” an anonymous source told the site.
The event, which was only publicized today, happened last week, which also marked the final filming dates for the new season of the series. Police said the thieves broke into three trucks present in the studio.
“It could not have come at a more disappointing time,” the streaming platform said. Despite claims it is already trying to find substitute items, the company says it “wouldn’t be easy because many were unique”.
Even with what happened, Netflix informed British newspapers that the recording would not be postponed. fifth season of Crown The premiere will take place in November of this year and the plot will show events from 1990 to 1997, with a new cast on the scene.
Queen Elizabeth, do something! Ha ha