Prince Harry And Meghan Markle's Story Will Likely Not Be Depicted On "The Crown" And For A Good Reason
Honestly, could we just jump after next season to the 2010s?!
So yesterday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (aka Prince Harry and Meghan) dropped the bombshell news that they are peacing out as senior members of the royal family and will split their time between the UK and North America (for the sake of their son, Archie).
The announcement caused Buckingham Palace to release its own statement that made it sound like the whole situation was, well, very tense:
Of course, all of this comes amid the many, many rumors that things have been frosty between Harry and the royal family (in particular between him and his brother, Prince William).
But, there was one other big question everyone had: When are we getting all this drama on Netflix's The Crown?
Well, Suzanne Mackie, the show's executive producer, said we'll probably never see it.
According to the BBC, Suzanne told the British news service PA that the series will never get too close to present day, saying:
To be honest, whatever the life of The Crown is after where we are now, I doubt we'll ever go as far into the present day.