It was one of the most anticipated scenes of the series, with the real-life wedding between the doomed couple on July 29, 1981 being viewed by 750 million people across the world.
Instead, a voiceover of a priest making his sermon was heard, while the family got ready within Buckingham Palace walls.
Charles, whose love for Camilla Parker-Bowles (Emerald Fennell) was as strong as ever, shared a hopeless glance at his mother Queen Elizabeth II (Olivia Colman) before he fulfilled his duties to get married.
Meanwhile, Diana is seen getting primped and primed as she prepares to greet the crowds awaiting her outside, and standing in her now iconic wedding dress.
The episode ends with a shot of Diana preparing to leave the palace, with her long train trailing behind her.
After that, the show fades to black, and the series picks up months later in the following episode.
Viewers were confused by the choice, considering there was so much promotion and publicity based around the scene, and questioned why it was cut.
The Crown pulls no punches when it comes with its depiction of the couple, with the build-up and break down of their marriage being central to season four.
Tracking the Royal family from 1979 – 1990, the pair first meet as Charles dates Diana’s older sister, Sarah.
However, after encouragement to find a suitable wife, he soon becomes enticed by Diana, but their 13-year age gap doesn’t take long to drive a wedge between them.
Throw in his consistent affair with Camilla, and Diana soon takes to finding extra-marital relations of her own, while fighting against an eating disorder.
The scenes are so graphic that a trigger warning is placed at the beginning of certain episodes, encouraging those who are experiencing the same thing to get help.
The Crown is available now on Netflix.
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