Royal experts say Prince Harry could be in a 'dilemma' over his deal with Netflix and the personal material that will be covered in Season 6 of The Crown.
- Netflix (opens in new tab)’s The Crown details the life of the Royal Family, from the moment the Queen took to the throne.
- With Season 5 landing in November 2022, and producers on the hunt for new actors to play the brothers in Season 6, Prince Harry faces a tough decision.
- This royal news (opens in new tab) comes after Prince William and Kate Middleton just broke an unwritten royal rule for a special reason (opens in new tab).
This comes as the streaming platform posted a casting call for Season 6 in which they announced they were looking to cast Prince William and Prince Harry for the ages of 16- 20, after struggling to cast (opens in new tab) them for Season 5.
The appeal was shared by someone thought to be involved in casting, who tweeted the casting call notice and explained, "Its that time folks...Prince William & Harry - Season 6. This is an incredible opportunity! Please help us spread the word..."
This likely means that the 5th season will detail the breakdown of Harry’s mother Princess Diana's marriage to Prince Charles (opens in new tab) and her tragic death (opens in new tab), with Season 6 focusing on the aftermath.
Now, royal author Duncan Larcombe claims this puts Prince Harry in a very difficult position, as the show will cover the most sensitive, and painful moments of his life. Despite the series’ producers previously saying that they are ‘very conscious’ of the responsibility, they have to William and Harry (opens in new tab) in portraying their ‘excruciating loss’ of their mother.
Harry has previously revealed what he really thinks about The Crown (opens in new tab), however, the personal material in Seasons 5 and 6 may now put him in a difficult position.
Speaking about Prince Harry 'dilemma', Duncan told OK (opens in new tab), "This is a real dilemma for Harry. How can you not be so upset and angry at someone cashing in on your trauma…
"Netflix can just make up conversations with the premise that it is a drama. They are basing it on history, but in order to make it something watchable they are dramatising it."
Mr Larcombe added that Harry may even feel he needs to stay muted on the subject, thanks to his multi-million dollar deal with the streaming service.
He added, “Harry may feel contractually feel in a position to say nothing - will he feel £100 million dollars upset about it? It will be a difficult dilemma for Harry.”