Queen Elizabeth II’s daughter, Princess Anne, has finally answered the question, so many royal admirers wanted to know what it is: is she looking Crown?
Princess Royal admitted that she watched the Netflix series and even read about Erin Doherty, the actor who plays her in the hit drama. Anne recently revealed her thoughts on the show and commented on Dougherty’s simple hairstyle. Here’s more about it, plus why she doesn’t like Zoom and social media.
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The queen’s daughter is not a fan of social media
Princess Anne is called the heaviest royal queen because she usually attends far more engagements each year than the rest of her family. However, she had to move to virtual meetings when public gatherings in the UK were banned during the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). But she is not a fan of modern technology or social media.
“With online technology … being in touch is one thing, but it’s not quite the same,” she explained in a document entitled Anne: The Royal Princess is 70 years old. “The opportunity to meet people is what matters. I mean, I know what Twitter is, but I wouldn’t go anywhere if you paid openly. “
The princess added that social media could complicate things for young queens, such as Princes William and Harry and their wives.
“I didn’t have any social media, so it probably made it difficult,” she said.
Princess Anne jokes about how long it takes Dougherty to repeat her hair
Princess Anne also confessed to watching a documentary Crown. She described earlier episodes as “quite interesting”, but did not watch the last ones in which Dougherty portrays her. However, Anne replied that the young actor said how long it takes a team of stylists to prepare her for the role.
In a previous interview with City and country, Dougherty called the princess’s hair “beast.”
She said: “Make-up literally took 10 minutes, but sometimes it takes two hours for hair … It’s my own beast. I would literally sit on a chair, people would come and go, come and go, and I would sit in the same place. But it was so necessary for her character, because she felt like her hair and her fashion was a way for her to express herself in the limited, controlled environment in which she grew up. “
Princess Anne joked about Dougherty’s comments and wondered how she could improve her hair on Earth for so long, saying, “I actually read an article the other day about Crown, the actress talked about how long it took them to do hair like me. And I think, “How could you do that for so long?” I mean, it takes me 10 or 15 minutes.
“Crown” will end after season 6
Crown was scheduled to end after season 6. Then in late January it was announced that the series will end after season 5. That was until the show’s creator, Peter Morgan, overturned the decision and returned to the original wrap plan after the sixth. season.
“When we started discussing the storylines for Series 5, it soon became clear that in order to do justice to the richness and complexity of the story, we had to go back to the original plan and do six seasons,” Morgan told Deadline.
We’ll have to wait and see if Princess Anne starts looking at her again, and then deal with the thoughts of the next actor who portrays her.
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