Former First Lady Imelda Marcos was a trending topic on Twitter late Sunday after she was mentioned in the Netflix hit, "The Crown" about the British Royal Family.
In the scene, Princess Margaret, played by Oscar nominee Helena Bonham-Carter, said that during a state banquet in Manila, Marcos approached her to talk about her "shell collection."
The other characters told the princess that maybe she misheard the first lady, who was actually referring to her shoes. By Margaret's account in the scene, Marcos "barges into the room" and "makes a beeline straight for me."
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The scene is from Season 4 of The Crown, which will introduce even more characters -- Princess Diana and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
The former first lady has acknowledged her shoe collection, which she claimed is not as extravagant as it is portrayed.
Earlier this year, another documentary on her life, "The Kingmaker," premiered in the Philippines. In an interview with the filmmaker, Lauren Greenfield, she said: "Perception is real, the truth is not."