Prince Charles stuns Brits by revealing what he really thinks of Netflix’s ‘The Crown’: ‘I’m far from knowing how they describe me’
I wonder what Prince Charles thinks The crown and its real counterpart? Look no further. The royal, 73, has apparently referenced the show in the recent past, according to Scottish politician Anas Sarwar. At the 2022 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Sarwar revealed that Charles, 73, made reference to the acclaimed Netflix show which chronicles the reign of his mother, Queen Elizabeth, as the prince introduced himself to Members of Parliament during of an event in 2021.
“He came over and said ‘Hello, nice to meet you all. I’m a far cry from how they describe me on Netflix,'” Sarwar recalled, reported by The Daily mail. “I thought that was a really interesting way to describe you.” Sarwar added, “I’m going to have so much trouble for this because I don’t think you’re supposed to narrate private conversations!”
And Prince Charles isn’t the only royal watching. https://t.co/EdRp3mbTiN
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On the award-winning show, Charles was portrayed by Emma actor Josh O’Connor in seasons 3 and 4. O’Connor scored an Emmy in 2021 for his role, which depicts Charles’ young adulthood and the early stages of his romance and marriage to Princess Diana , played by Emma Corrin.
While the show’s final two seasons will now capture an older phase of the characters’ lives, every lead role will be replaced, with Dominic West taking over from O’Connor as Charles and Elizabeth Debicki now taking on the role of Diana. instead of Corrin.
According Good morning! magazine, the following members of the royal family have seen the show: Queen Elizabeth’s youngest son, Prince Edward, his wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex, the Queen’s granddaughter, Princess Eugenie, and Mike Tindall , who is married to the Queen’s granddaughter, Zara. Tindall even discussed The crown on his podcast.
Prince Charles reacts to his portrayal in ‘The Crown’ https://t.co/HEvzRCGJ4y pic.twitter.com/vqTQ6kZJuy
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Vanessa Kirby, who starred as Princess Margaret in the show’s first two seasons, has said in the past that Eugenie has confirmed that even the Queen herself has also watched her. (We hope to hear his thoughts on this one day!)
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Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (wife of Prince Charles) also notably met Emerald Fennell, the actress who played her in the third and fourth season at an event in March 2022 to mark International Women’s Day in Clarence House. The Duchess even made a joke about Fennell attending the same party as her.
“For me, it’s very reassuring to know that if I fall off my perch at any time, my fictional alter ego is there to take over,” Camilla, 75, told a laughing, cheering crowd. prepare!”