Prince Harry ‘will rage’ at Prince William over ‘unfair’ position in The Crown
Prince William and Harry reminisce about childhood
A fight between Prince Harry and Prince William will be shown on The Crown’s sixth and final series, with the first part set to drop on Netflix next Thursday, November 16.
Harry as a young man will be played by Luther Ford, and will rage over the “unfairness” of his position in the Royal Family, as well as how his brother William (Ed McVey) is treated differently to him.
The argument will be triggered by Harry’s infamous decision to wear a Nazi uniform to a party in 2005, when he was 20, as well allegations surrounding his drink and drug habits.
According to the Daily Mail’s Alison Boshoff, Harry’s words will go somewhere along the lines of him being the “black sheep” of the family while William is the golden child and can do no wrong.
The Crown’s creator Peter Morgan has previously said Harry’s part in the show is small, explaining: “I do little bits of dramatisation of Harry, but mainly only in relationship to William.”
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There has been speculation that Netflix would go easy on the Duke of Sussex, given he and Meghan Markle still have a deal worth £78 million over the course of five years.
A source has claimed the depiction of both the boys is “sympathetic”, as they are still grieving the death of their mother Princess Diana, whose final moments in Paris before the car crash that killed her will be shown.
In his memoir Spare Harry tried to blame William and his wife Princess Kate for his decision to wear the Nazi costume, as he asked them to help him choose between that and a pilot uniform.
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The Duke recalled: “I phoned Willy and Kate, asked what they thought. Nazi uniform, they said,” adding that they both “howled” when they saw him wearing it.
Subsequently Harry admitted his regret at the incident, saying in his Netflix documentary that the fancy dress was “probably one of the biggest mistakes of my life”.
He then added: “I felt so ashamed afterwards. All I wanted to do was make it right.”
Peter Morgan has also faced criticism for his decision to show Princess Diana’s ghost appearing to Queen Elizabeth and then-Prince Charles, following her tragic death in 1997.
Appearing as a ghost, Diana tells Charles: “Thank you for how you were in the hospital. So raw, broken – and handsome. I’ll take that with me.
“You know I loved you so much. So deeply, so painfully too. That’s over now. It will be easier for everyone with me gone.”
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