Prince Harry gets a full head of hair in a new royal biopic – despite having thinning locks in real life.
However, his balding brother William is played by an actor who has lost most of his hair.
New photos show US newcomers Jordan Dean and Sydney Morton playing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in the US TV movie Meghan and Harry: Escaping the Palace.
Pictured: New photos show US newcomers Jordan Dean and Sydney Morton playing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in US TV movie Meghan and Harry: Escaping the Palace
The film ‘imagines’ the couple’s decision to leave royal life. William is played by American actor Jordan Whalen, while Singapore-born Laura Mitchell takes on the role of Kate.
Nicknamed “cheese at its finest,” the film features Harry and Meghan’s great interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Other scenes include a dream scene where Harry has a nightmare that his wife will die in a car accident – just like his mother Princess Diana.
The film can be seen in the US on Monday and in the UK at a later date.
Pictured: Prince William is played by American actor Jordan Whalen, while Singapore-born Laura Mitchell takes on the role of Kate in the film dubbed ‘cheese at its finest’
Prince Harry will focus on Camilla Parker Bowles in his upcoming memoir and may call “racist royal” because his publisher “wants names and details to get their money’s worth,” claims ex-royal butler Paul Burrell
- Duke of Sussex, 36, has been secretly working on a book for almost a year
- Sources said he oversaw the bidding and told publishers to start with £18m
- Tell-all to be published with Penguin Random House in 2022 after signing a deal for 4 books
- Former royal butler Paul Burrell says they ‘doubtless want value for money’
By Hayley Richardson for MailOnline
Prince Harry will target stepmother Camilla Parker-Bowles and call the “racist royal” because his publishers want “value for money,” Paul Burrell said.
The former royal butler said the Duke of Sussex will “reveal all Camilla’s secrets” after the Duchess of Cornwall “steps into Diana’s shoes” as his father’s wife.
He added that Prince Charles, 72, would be “furious” if his son put her in a bad light in the narrator, which will be published in 2022 as part of a lucrative four-book deal believed to be part of the story. is worth £. 29 million.
Speak with Poet magazinePrincess Diana’s former butler, 63, said: ‘The publisher, Penguin, will no doubt want their money’s worth in this book deal. That means they don’t want vagueness – they want names and details.’
Prince Harry (pictured) will target stepmother Camilla Parker-Bowles and could be called the ‘racist royal’ because his publishers want ‘value for money’, according to Paul Burrell
He added that Harry could call the alleged racist within the Firm “very good,” who he and Meghan Markle said expressed concerns about how dark their son Archie’s skin might be before he was born during their Oprah Winfrey interview. earlier this year.
Paul added that he personally doesn’t believe there is racism in the royal family as he “never got a hint of anything” during his decade working at the palace.
He went on to claim that Harry will “without a doubt” elaborate on his feelings after his mother’s tragic death in the tome and subsequent events.
Paul suggested Harry “may go for Camilla” after reports that she was involved in his parents’ marriage and then “stepped into Diana’s shoes as Charles’s wife.”
Paul suggested Harry ‘might go for Camilla’ after reports that she was involved in his parents’ marriage and then ‘stepped into Diana’s shoes as Charles’ wife’
“I suspect he’ll have Camilla in his sights, so I’d say Harry is ready to reveal Camilla’s secrets,” he told Closer. He’s already said he enjoys The Crown, which in a way portrayed Camilla as the ‘evil stepmother’. Charles will be furious if he goes there.’
Harry reportedly failed to warn his father about his plan to write an explosive Megxit memoir, which he’s been working on for over a year.
The Duke has teamed up with Pulitzer-winning ghostwriter JR Moehringer in a rare move by a high-ranking member of the royal family.
The first draft of the manuscript, currently untitled, is said to be nearly completed and is expected to be submitted in October.
Proceeds from the deal are likely to be worth millions and while exact financial terms have not been disclosed, Prince Harry will donate the proceeds to charity, Random House said.
Royal experts have questioned Harry’s motive for writing the book, pointing out that he is already wealthy and has spoken extensively about Megxit before.
Royal pundits have questioned Harry’s motive for writing the book, pointing out that he is already wealthy and has spoken extensively about Megxit before (pictured during the Oprah interview with Meghan)
Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams told MailOnline that Harry “cast out his demons” with the book, but wondered how one-sided it would be.
Harry previously said: ‘I am not writing this as the prince I was born, but as the man I have become. I’ve worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and I hope by telling my story – the highs and lows, the mistakes, the lessons learned – I can show that wherever we come from, we have more in common than we think.
“I am immensely grateful for the opportunity to share what I have learned over the course of my life thus far and I am thrilled that people are reading a first-hand account of my life that is accurate and completely truthful.”
Prince Harry signed on to the book deal, despite repeated calls to respect his family’s privacy.
A statement from the publisher about the upcoming book read: “In an intimate and heartfelt memoir of one of the most fascinating and influential world figures of our time, Prince Harry will, for the very first time, share the definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses and life lessons that shaped him.
Prince Harry will cover his life in the public eye from childhood to the present day, including his dedication to service, the military duty that twice brought him to the front lines of Afghanistan, and the joy he found in being a a husband and father. provide an honest and captivating personal portrait, showing readers that behind everything they think they know is an inspiring, courageous and uplifting human story.’
Markus Dohle, CEO of Penguin Random House, said: “Everyone at Penguin Random House is delighted to publish Prince Harry’s literary memoirs and add him to the world-renowned leaders, icons and changemakers we have had the privilege of publishing over the years.
Prince Harry has used his extraordinary life experience as a prince, soldier and expert social advocate to establish himself as a world leader recognized for his courage and openness.
“That’s why we like to publish his honest and moving story.”
Last night, Prince Harry used a live video message from his LA mansion to launch another attack on the media and lecture about inequality in a surprise speech to VIPs, including Piers Morgan, hours after the ex-GMB host delivered a booming won for freedom of speech over Meghan.
Dressed in a black tie and tuxedo, the Duke used his big-screen speech beamed to the GQ Awards in London to blame “those who spread lies and fear” in the “news and social media” for hesitation about vaccines.
Watch MailOnline columnist Piers Morgan, who took a resounding victory for free speech yesterday after regulator Ofcom ruled he didn’t break the broadcast code for his comments about the Duchess of Sussex following her bombshell interview with Oprah.
This morning he tweeted an image of Harry live from California using the hashtag #awks – a nod to his free speech victory.
Harry, who referred to Britain as “our nation” in his speech, gave a reprimanding speech urging governments to do more to vaccinate poorer countries, warning “until every community has access to the vaccine and until every community is connected to reliable information about the vaccine, we are all at risk’.
Speaking from his mansion in Montecito, over 5,000 miles away, the beleaguered prince gave a lecture to his star-studded London audience on “misinformation” and the importance of vaccine sharing.
Harry later presented the Heroes of the Year Award to Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert, Professor Catherine Green and the team behind the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine.
After Harry was invited on stage by Harry, Professor Green said to the audience, “I promised Sarah I wouldn’t get too p***ed, and I promised I wouldn’t swear, but there was no f*** ing chance because I’m so starstruck’.
Harry’s live speech was at 11pm London time (3pm LA time), and Mr Morgan left the venue around 11:15pm, after the Duke had finished and presented the award.