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PopWrapped | Television

Feud Season 2 Found Their Muse And It Is A Royal Battle

Rachel Leishman | PopWrapped Author

Rachel Leishman

Updated 03/3/2017 12:30pm
Feud Season 2 Found Their Muse And It Is A Royal Battle | Feud
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FX's new show Feud is already taking audiences by storm and the first episode hasn't even premiered. But season 2 looks even more promising.

The first season, which many of us have not seen yet since it doesn't even come out until Sunday March 5th, focuses on the famous feud between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. During their filming of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, the two, very famously, fought the entire time.

It even resulted in Joan, who was not nominated for an Oscar for the film, giving the acceptance speech for the actress who beat out Bette Davis at the Academy Awards that year. 

And so many wondered what famous fight could possibly take on season 2 of this new Ryan Murphy show. And that feud looks to be the one between Princess Diana and the Royal Family. 

For those who don't know, Charles was not supposed to marry Diana. Or at least the Queen did not want it to happen. A family of relationship mishaps, Queen Elizabeth seemed to be behind the downfall of their marriage and people even believe her to be the reason Diana was killed in that car accident. 

So why wouldn't Ryan Murphy jump on the Royal Family bandwagon? Ever since The Crown premiered, all of us have been so interested in the inner workings of this family so it is only fitting that Murphy decided to take on the most famous feud of all time.

We'll have to wait and see exactly how he uses Charles and Diana but my guess is that it'll focus more on the relationship between Charles and Elizabeth and how much she despised Princess Diana. After all, it is the greatest mystery we've had in the last century.

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