‘The Crown’ set stolen in UK

Jewelry, antiques and a replica of Fabergé’s egg used in Netflix’s The Crown were stolen from three UK production vehicles. The damage is estimated at more than 1 million reais.: Several objects disappeared from the set of the Netflix series The Crown in Doncaster, in the county of South Yorkshire, England. In all, 200 items were stolen, including silverware, jewelry, necklaces, earrings, bracelets, costume pieces, a birdcage, antiques and an exact replica of the priceless Fabergé egg. The case took place last week, but was only disclosed this Wednesday (23). Follow Celebrilla for more movies, tv shows & Hollywood updates.

The damage is estimated at more than 150 thousand pounds, which would be around 1 million reais.
Police are investigating the case and urge UK antique collectors to be on the lookout for similar items, which were taken from three vehicles that contained the props.

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While not in the best condition for sale, the objects are of great value to the UK film industry. As Alison Harvey, the show’s decorator, says. The information was confirmed by the Streaming platform through Sky News. The Crown is one of the most expensive series on Netflix and depicts the lives of the British royal family and their matriarch, Queen Elizabeth II. Telling his romances, intrigues and rivalries acquired since his youth.

Despite the situation, Netflix claims that it will not delay production of the fifth season and that the objects will be replaced.
However, he expects them to be found and returned safely.
The critically acclaimed series is scheduled for a new season in November 2022.
With Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, also played by Olivia Colman and Claire Foy, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Dominic West as Prince Charles and Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana.

The sixth and final season, which dealt with the death of Princess Diana in a car accident that reverberated around the world in 1997, remains without a date.

Featured photo: The Crown Poster.
Reproduction/Young Nerd.

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