In an exclusive interview, Jeanna de Waal, star of Broadway’s “Diana: A True Musical Story,” says she’d love if William and Harry saw it: “We are trying to portray a human story.”
Plus, Harry and Meghan bond with J. Lo and A-Rod, and the queen wants Beatrice and Eugenie to do royal duties.
Plus, the Queen offers Buckingham Palace to Princess Beatrice for her wedding reception, William may speak out on BAFTAs diversity, and Harry loses a media case.
“The Crown” will follow royal life to 2003, and then end. That means ignoring Andrew, Harry, and Meghan’s sagas, and how the Queen is preparing to hand power to Charles.
With Harry and Meghan now out of royal life, some wonder if Prince Andrew’s daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie, could take center stage. But Prince Charles is likely not enthusiastic.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have diligently built their “Sussex Royal” brand. Now, palace sources say, its future is up in the air—and with it, a vital source of future revenue.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were said to be “philosophical” about possibly losing their HRHs. The Queen’s Monday statement suggests that might have been a wise precaution.