We were already watching The Crown anyway, but it feels a bit better to know that Harry doesn't mind it—almost as if we have his royal blessing.
We were already watching The Crown anyway, but it feels a bit better to know that Harry doesn't mind it, almost as if we have his royal blessing.
talks life and love while exploring the city for the first time. The conversation is mostly jokes and banter between the real-life friends, but Harry also got surprisingly candid throughout, offering a glimpse into the circumstances that led him and Meghan Markle to
. When asked his feelings aboutThe Crown, Harry had a surprising answer: he doesn’t actually mind it.Advertisement“They don’t pretend to be news,” he said of the popular Netflix series and its storylines, all centered on his family. “It’s fictional, but it’s loosely based on the truth. Of course it’s not strictly accurate, but...it gives you a rough idea of that lifestyle, the pressures of putting duty and service above family and everything else.”
"I am way more comfortable withThe Crownthan I am seeing the stories written about my family, my wife, or myself," Harry admitted."Because it's the difference between that being obviously fiction — take it how you will — and this being reported on as fact before you're supposedly news." headtopics.com
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