The Crown season 5 review: Queen’s death brings timeliness, but not relevancy

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Early in the new season of The Crown, Prince Philip (Jonathan Pryce) sits across from Queen Elizabeth II (Imelda Staunton) at a dining table aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia, lamenting the decrepit state of the ship and the costliness of potential repairs. “It shouldn’t come as a surprise she’s falling apart. She’s a creature of another age. […] In many ways she’s obsolete.” The double meaning of his words isn’t hard to understand: Like the Britannia, the queen is “a…

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