Can Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Feature In ‘The Crown’?
In the latest news that broke the internet today, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced stepping down as the members of the royal family. No, this isn’t an episode from The Crown. The public heard the announcement earlier today, and since then, it has taken over the internet.
Earlier this week, The Crown trended on social media as British actress Olivia Colman bagged an Emmy for her performance as Queen Elizabeth on the hit Netflix drama. Not so surprisingly, The Crown started trending today instantly when the news broke.
Netflix Show ‘The Crown’ Started Trending Following The News Of The Royal Departure
The recent season of The Crown, season 3, features a time period between 1964 to 1977. It covered multiple events that occurred in the royal house. In the midst of all the recognition the show has gained, fans are wondering if the immediate news will ever be the part of the show or not.
Live look at the Crown writers room pic.twitter.com/u2D1w8Yk69
— Oxtail Enthusiast (@mayavado) January 8, 2020
Given that Meghan Markle left her acting career to wed Prince Harry, social media fanatics can’t help but wonder if she will now resume her acting career or not. And even if she chooses to, one wonders if she will be the part of the show or not.
Now that Harry and Meghan say they want to earn their own way in the world, Meghan will be free to audition for the part of Meghan in The Crown.
— Andrew Neil (@afneil) January 9, 2020
Previously, reports said that The Crown will have six seasons. Seeing the time covered in seasons thus far, each season has managed to cover 10 years in the royal family. With this average time, six seasons should come till 2007. This means that the show requires further two seasons to cover the recent departure.
With the recent developments and the reaction of the royal family; the background of Prince Harry stepping down and moving away from his family sure gives the makers of The Crown reason to continue the production of the show.