Prince Harry 'throwing toys out pram' as he demands not to be featured in the Crown

The Crown is a Netflix drama about the early reign of the Queen. Although the show features many members of the British Royal Family, Prince Harry has reportedly insisted to not be featured on the show. Speaking on Lorraine, the Daily Mirror’s royal editor Russell Myers has claimed that the Duke is “throwing his toys out the pram” over his latest royal demand.

He added: “Wouldn’t it be great if we could see all the stuff which has happened with Megxit, Harry and Meghan, the big saga that’s being going on.

“Apparently Harry has got a big deal with Netflix so he’s been putting his foot down saying he doesn’t want to be featured.”

The royal editor concluded by saying Harry is “throwing his toys out the pram” over the demand.

The show, which began back in 2016, has already released four seasons, with the fifth instalment set to be released later in 2022.

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Peter Morgan, the creator of The Crown, previously hinted that he wouldn’t be covering Meghan and Harry in the Netflix drama.

He told the Hollywood reporter: “I’m much more comfortable writing about things that happened at least 20 years ago.

“That is enough time and enough distance to really understand something, to understand its role, to understand its position, to understand its relevance.”


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