While some would love to be able to have the opportunity to meet and conversate with the British Royal Family, at least one cast member from "The Crown" would rather avoid meeting the Windsors.

Princess Diana has finally been introduced in Season 4 of “The Crown” on Netflix, but actress Emma Corrin, who plays the Princess of Wales from ages 16 to 28, said she would leave a party if Prince William or Prince Harry showed up.

While Corrin would be interested to know what the Royal Family thinks of the show, specifically what Prince Harry and Prince William think, she would never go out of her way to ask them any questions about it and would respect their privacy.

“I’m not going to say it doesn’t matter, because that would be ignorant. If someone made a programme about my grandma, who died last year, that would be difficult for me to watch,” she told British GQ.

She added, “If I ever saw them at a party, I’d probably leave!”

“The Crown” follows the lives of the Royal Family and in Season 4, viewers watch Princess Diana’s join the Firm and the toll Prince Charles took on her well-being. Prince William and Prince Harry are also eventually introduced.

It shows the trials and tribulations of the Princess, including an eating disorder, her husband's affair and the separation of her and Prince Charles.

The drama is depicting a more recent, modern-day Royal Family, and those still in the family would have to watch these “secrets” be uncovered, whether they’re true or not.

When talking about the season and what young Princess Diana is about to experience, the actress said she enjoyed depicting the parts of Diana's life that not everyone knows about.

Since there are two more seasons in the show and Princess Di will age until her death in 1997, Corrin’s time on "The Crown" will end after this season. Elizabeth Debicki will come in to play an older Princess Diana in the fifth season.

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13. "The Crown" Season 4 (Netflix) - Probably the most scandalous show on TV right now, “The Crown” beautifully articulates some of the most jaw-dropping moments of Britain’s royal family. The latest season starts with Queen Elizabeth (played by Olivia Colman) welcoming the nation’s first woman Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher (played by Gillian Anderson). It also introduces the character of Princess Diana (Emma Corrin). Anderson’s menacing performance as Thatcher and Corrin’s embodiment of Diana is truly a treat for the eyes.  Des Willie/Netflix