Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II was furious at Princess Diana following her Panorama interview. Pictured: The Queen arrives for the state banquet in her honour at Schloss Bellevue palace on the second of the royal couple's four-day visit to Germany on June 24, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. Getty Images/Sean Gallup

Queen Elizabeth II was partly responsible for Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s divorce because she was the one that ordered for it to push through.

In the Netflix documentary “The Royal House of Windsor,” the narrator revealed that the Queen was furious at the late Princess of Wales for bringing shame on Prince Charles in her Panorama interview with Martin Bashir.

“It was the Queen who felt the most betrayed and acted the most ruthlessly. She sent Diana a rare letter telling her that she and Charles should now divorce. After the divorce, she [Diana] was completely lost,” the narrator said (via Express).

In her 1995 interview, the mom of two called Prince Charles’ family the “enemy” and said that the monarchy should be modernized.

But in the same documentary, it was also revealed that the Queen didn’t support Prince Charles’ infidelity. Her Majesty and Prince Philip didn’t approve of any affairs like the relationship that their son had with Camilla Parker Bowles while he was still married to Princess Diana.

“Private correspondence reveals the sympathy and support of an unlikely family at the heart of the family. One of the original royal outsiders quietly entered the conversation. Prince Philip, a man who had given up his naval career to stand in his wife’s shadow, wrote Diana a string of deeply personal letters,” the narrator said.

In one of his letters, Prince Philip wrote, “I can only repeat what I have said before. If invited, I will always do my utmost to help you and Charles to the best of my ability but I am quite ready to concede that I have no talent as a marriage counselor. We don’t approve of either of you having affairs. Charles was silly to risk everything for Camilla for a man of his position.”

Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ divorce was finalized in 1996. A year later, the Princess of Wales passed away following a fatal car crash in Paris.