The BBC could face further trouble from the royals after the Crown filmed its portrayal of the aftermath to the controversial interview of Princess Diana with Martin Bashir at New Broadcasting House. It was done amid the controversy with the Firm regarding The Princes and the Press.

Here are the most recent photos of Richard Cordery (71), playing Marmaduke, former Chairman of Board of Governors, in the Netflix drama.

The actor was photographed outside of the BBC’s headquarters in a navy suit with a red tie. Produces may be filming footage of events which followed the controversial Panorama interview Princess Diana gave to Martin Bashir in 1995. 

It is believed that the scene was recreated after Lord Hussey visited during the fallout from the programme, in which Diana declared: “There were three of you in this marriage.” 

Fifth series of The Crown, the television show that will feature the story of the royal family through the 1990s.  After losing a leg during the Second World War, Lord Hussey was only 21 years old when he was made BBC chairman. He served two terms until he retired in 1996.

The Netflix series The Crown has been known to bend facts in order to fit its story. While some artistic license is normal, critics are outraged at the rewriting and altering of history and relationships.

Marmaduke Husssey is pictured in the 1990s

The latest images from The Crown’s upcoming season show Richard Cordery (left), dressed up as Marmaduke (right), former Chairman of The Board of Governors.

Photos taken outside the BBC's headquarters show the actor in a navy suit and red tie. It's believed producers are filming a scene portraying events that followed Princess Diana's controversial Panorama interview with Martin Bashir in 1995

Photographs taken at the BBC headquarters showed the actor wearing a red suit and navy trousers. Producers are believed to be filming scenes that depict events following Princess Diana’s 1995 controversial Panorama interview.

MailOnline understood that the shooting consisted only of one shot in which he entered the building and then walked out. However, there was no further footage inside.

After Lord Dyson had reported that BBC cover-ups of Mr Bashir’s deceitful conduct, the filming was completed six months later.

The BBC claims to have granted Netflix permission to film outside their offices. According to some reports, The Crown may also be using the interview to dramatize Diana.

According to a TV source, The Sun was told by a television insider: “It is unbelievable that the BBC would permit Netflix filming on its property in middle of major dispute with William and Royal Family about the documentary.

MailOnline understands the filming consisted of a single shot of him walking into the building and then back out again - but nothing further inside. Cordery is seen getting in a taxi

MailOnline believes that the only shot of Cordery entering the building was the one. He then walked out of the building again. There were no other shots. Cordery seen in a taxi.

The filming took place six months after a report by Lord Dyson concluded the BBC covered up 'deceitful behaviour' used by Mr Bashir to secure the interview

Six months following Lord Dyson’s report that the BBC had covered up Mr Bashir’s ‘deceitful behavior’ to get the interview, the filming began.

The BBC is claimed to have given formal permission for Netflix to film outside its offices, and it is understood The Crown will also dramatise Diana's interview itself.  Cordery is pictured filming

According to reports, the BBC has granted permission to Netflix to film outside of its offices. It is also understood that The Crown will dramatise Diana’s interview.  Cordery was pictured filming

‘The BBC and Netflix are joining forces to do the one thing William doesn’t want — dramatising the Panorama interview which is a part of his life he has said he does not wish to revisit.’

Lord Dyson released a report in May on Diana’s Panorama interview. It concluded that Bashir had violated the BBC producer guidelines by falsifying bank statements to give Earl Spencer access to Diana for his interview.

Earl Spencer denied The Crown’s request that he film in his Althorp family home earlier this month.

Elizabeth Debicki plays Diana Princess of Wales in the fifth series on royal Netflix Drama.

In May, Lord Dyson's report into Diana's Panorama interview concluded Bashir was in 'serious breach' of the BBC's producer guidelines when he faked bank statements and showed them to Earl Spencer to gain access to the princess for the interview. The Crown crew are pictured filming the aftermath

Lord Dyson released a report in May on Diana’s Panorama interview. It concluded that Bashir had violated the BBC producer guidelines by falsifying bank statements to give Earl Spencer access to Diana. Pictured are the Crown crew, filming the aftermath 

Cordery is seen climbing out of the car. The BBC is risking further fury from the royal family after allowing the Crown to film its depiction of the aftermath of the controversial Princess Diana interview with Martin Bashir at New Broadcasting House amid the fallout with the Firm over The Princes and the Press documentary.

Cordery seen climbing out from the car. The BBC could face further fury from the royals because it permitted the Crown film the BBC’s portrayal of the aftermath to the controversial interview of Princess Diana with Martin Bashir at New Broadcasting House. It was done amid the controversy with the Firm regarding The Princes and the Press.

Baron Hussey was a staunch royalist and it's believed he left the corporation after falling out with Director General John Birt over his management style and Panorama's controversial interview

Baron Hussey, a strong royalist, left the Corporation after he fell out with Director General John Birt about his management style.

Earl Spencer spoke to BBC Breakfast from his West Northamptonshire estate. He said that he refused to take part in filming on The Crown site.

He stated, “They applied. They were interested in shooting here. However, I do not really like that kind of stuff. To be truthful, I haven’t watched The Crown. So I said, “Thank you, but no thanks.”

After the Metropolitan Police claimed it did not find any evidence of criminality, it was announced that Earl Spencer may be facing a private investigation over the Bashir scandal.

The revelation about filming at New Broadcasting House is coming a fortnight following the discovery that The Crown’s producers shot the controversial Diana revenge scene just 800 meters from Prince William’s bedroom at Kensington Palace

The revelation over filming at New Broadcasting House (pictured) comes a fortnight after it emerged The Crown's producers filmed the controversial Diana revenge dress scene only 800 yards from Prince William's bedroom at Kensington Palace

The shocking revelation about filming at New Broadcasting House comes just two weeks after it was revealed that The Crown’s producers shot the controversial Diana revenge scene at 800 feet from Prince William’s bedroom at Kensington Palace.

Richard Cordery is pictured as Lord Hussey filming scenes at New Broadcasting House

Richard Cordery portrays Lord Hussey in scenes shot at New Broadcasting House 

Netflix’s series recreated Diana’s evening in tight, black dresses. This was in keeping with royal protocol following Prince Charles’s admission of adultery.

This is the exact spot where Diana was photographed at dinner at Serpentine Gallery 1994. The position can be seen almost as far away from Prince William’s bedroom.

Penny Junor, a royal expert, stated earlier in this month that The Crown’s makers had acted with ‘two fingers’ towards the Royal Family when casting Roy Greenslade’s stepdaughter as Countess Mountbatten.

Ms Junor claimed that Natascha MacElhone 51 was not responsible for the “sins” of her stepfather. Because of the delicate nature of her role, she suggested that an actress be considered.

Richard Cordery - who has previously starred in Shakespeare plays - channelled the former BBC chair is scenes today

Richard Cordery, who previously appeared in Shakespeare plays, channeled the ex-BBC chair of scenes today. 

Princess Diana is seen during her interview with Martin Bashir for the BBC's Panorama in 1995

Princess Diana seen with Martin Bashir during their interview for Panorama on the BBC in 1995

Lord Hussey's wife, Lady Susan Hussey, is a woman of the bedchamber to the Queen and also a godmother to Prince William.

Lord Hussey’s spouse, Lady Susan Hussey was a woman in the bedchamber of Queen Elizabeth and is also the godmother to Prince William. 

He was a former Fleet Street editor, Guardian columnist, and editor of the Daily Mirror. In addition to his top position at The Sun’s Sun newspaper, Mr Greenslade expressed support earlier in the year for the IRA. 

Baron Hussey, a strong royalist, left the Corporation after a dispute with Director General John Birt about his management style.

John Birt refused to be interviewed by the BBC and he tried to get him to quit. The incident led to his resignation two months later. He wrote in his memoir, that it had ‘darkened the last months of my time at the BBC. 

 His wife, Lady Susan Hussey, is a woman of the bedchamber to the Queen and also a godmother to Prince William. 

BBC reduced Harry and Meghan’s documentary 

Last night, the BBC appeared to retract claims by Buckingham Palace that they had briefed Harry and Meghan.

A BBC Two documentary examining the relationship between the royal households and the media also stepped back from suggestions that William allowed aides to brief about his brother’s mental health – which was categorically denied by, and deeply offended many in, the royal household.

BBC journalist Amol Rajan in a publicity photograph for The Princes and The Press

BBC journalist Amol Rajan in a publicity photograph for The Princes and The Press

Amol Rajan, a BBC journalist, was the series’ frontman. He had previously drawn unimaginable criticisms from Buckingham Palace Clarence House, and Kensington Palace.

It is believed to contain a series of unverifiable and inaccurate allegations about collusion with media. This includes accusations regarding the Duchess and Duke of Sussex’s behavior during their turbulent period when they decided to leave royal duties.

While the lawyers of households were preparing for an examination with a fine-toothed comb, they had not considered filing a formal complaint. Last night’s prime time program was apparently cut down at the eleventh hour. Editing continued up to the very last moment. BBC also delayed plans to create a companion podcast.