Prince Harry has seen some pieces of the play, but when it affected the lives of his parents, a royal biographer revealed in its light.
Omid Scooby, co-author of Finding Freedom, discussed whether members of the Royal Family watch Netflix shows.
The author, while sharing his knowledge with ABC co-host Maggie Rowley, revealed that he had heard that Prince Harry would watch some of the play’s pieces, but that his voice would be affected when his parents’ lives were affected. Will make serious.
Hope added: “It’s interesting, I know Harry was definitely familiar with the series and I don’t know if he’s seen the whole series but he’s definitely taken a look.”
He added: “I also remember talking to a colleague who said that if he wanted to see the full series, he would always make another series that would be available anywhere near his time.”
The royal expert added: “And I’ve been thinking about most of the brothers watching this fourth series – which I cleared in 24 hours – because it contains some of the moments that are included.”
According to the royal biographer, Prince Harry and Prince William were crowned “scary and strange”.
“You see Prince William dropped out of boarding school. You see Harry and his mother. These are family moments that are brought to life in a way that I think is enough. It’s scary and weird. “
Omid added that as the series progresses to this day, it looks “tough and difficult” for members of the royal family.
The remarks came on the advice of another royal biographer, Angela Leone, when Crown Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were part of a conversation with Netflix and “insisted” that she not go to him. Already stopped.