PRINCESS Diana’s marriage to Prince Charles will be delved into in the second series of Feud, it has been confirmed.
The drama – from Glee and American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy – will delve into the secrets of the tumultuous marriage between the heir to the throne and his first wife.
The series, which will air in 2018 on FX in the US, will run for ten episodes and capture the war the former couple waged as they divorced in 1996.
It will be titled Feud: Charles and Diana.
Diana, Princess of Wales died on 31 August 1997 in a car crash in Paris and sparked a huge outpouring of grief across the world.
Her charity work was unrivalled and she has become a cultural icon of Britishness.
Clarence House declined to comment on the new series.
The second season renewal of the US drama comes before the first, centred around the legendary Hollywood feud between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.
It stars Oscar-winning actresses Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange in the roles as Bette and Joan.
Jessica recently spoke out about Hollywood ageism while discussing the show.
She said: “I don’t think it’s changed that much really to tell you the truth. It’s not necessarily a question of age or looks. I think it is who is interested in these stories.
“If the powers that be don’t find there is anything valuable or interesting in a story about a woman of a certain age, those films aren’t going to get made.”
And Jessica’s Feud co-star Susan Sarandon, 70, insists ageing actors still have the “same problems” they always have done but thinks things are moving slowly in the right direction.
Speaking at the 2017 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour, she shared: “When I started, it was over by 40. So, definitely, the line has been pushed.
“I was told on many occasions not to bring up the idea that you had children, because in some way, that would cut into this idea that you weren’t sexy or sensual, or whatever. So I think those things have changed, and you see the line being moved a little bit further.”