Prince Charles and Princess Diana
Prince Charles and Princess Diana are pictured attending a centenary service for the Royal College Of Music on Feb. 28, 1982 at Westminster Abbey, London. Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Prince Charles and Prince Diana’s story on Ryan Murphy’s upcoming FX series “Feud” is still on hold.

The director recently told Us Weekly said that the delay had to do with the fact that one of his ideas regarding the royal couple’s strained relationship did not take off.

“I thought I was going to make it for a while, I just decided that I couldn’t find my personal way into it, and then I got a deal with Netflix, so I’m no longer at Fox,” he said.

In August, FX already said that their decision to postpone “Feud” had nothing to do with the success of “The Crown.” While speaking with Entertainment Weekly, FX chief John Landgraf said that both projects are different from each other and he also happens to love the Netflix series.

“I think there was a very different approach. I happen to really like ‘The Crown…’ But it’s told from the point of view of the royal family… This is told from the point of view of somebody coming into that family a la Meghan Markle… Ultimately, we couldn’t get the material to the place we wanted,” he explained.

Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s relationship was one of the most tumultuous ones in the history of the British royal family and the world. The couple has only gone out a few times when they decided to get engaged. Multiple reports claimed that Princess Diana was madly in love with Prince Charles that’s why she agreed to marry him.

However, the same cannot be said about Prince Charles. The future King always had feelings for Camilla Parker Bowles. As such, he had an affair with Camilla while he was still married to Princess Diana, and the latter knew about it.

Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s marriage was short-lived. After tying the knot in 1981, they announced their separation in 1992. Four years later, their divorce was finalized.