November 25, 2020 | 8:52am

Prince Charles and Camilla’s official Twitter account has turned off comments on a post about a charity after being flooded with vitriol.

On Tuesday, the Clarence House Twitter account, which posts updates and photos about the Prince of Wales, 71, and the Duchess of Cornwall, 72, shared pictures of Camilla speaking to the staff and residents of a UK homeless charity.

Unlike previous posts, the comments section has been shut down. This comes after the royal couple’s social media accounts have been flooded with hateful comments in the wake of the latest season of “The Crown.”

Some of the comments focused on Camilla’s looks and teeth while one person remarked, “Money can buy you fancy clothes and jewelry, but not DIANA’s class or charm or magnetic presence. You can never replace her in a million years. She is our PRINCESS, now and forever!”

Season 4 of the Netflix series chronicles Prince Charles’ miserable marriage to Diana and his affair with Camilla Parker Bowles, who was also married at the time.

However, the acclaimed dramatization portrays Charles and Camilla as having conducted their affair during his entire marriage to Diana. According to an authorized biography of the prince, he began his affair with Camilla in 1986, five years into his marriage.

In a 1994 interview, he admitted that he attempted to be “faithful and honorable” but began seeing Camilla when his marriage “became irretrievably broken down, us both having tried.”

On the most recent Instagram post, which trumpets Camilla’s involvement in the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition, the comments section was flooded with comments from Diana supporters. Many of them simply wrote, “Diana ❤️” Peppered among the outpouring for Diana were some pro-Camilla comments, with one person writing, “Everyone here realizes that the Crown is fictional, right?”