Prince Harry throwing toys out pram with demands to not appear in The Crown
Prince Harry has reportedly demanded that he doesn't feature as a storyline in Netflix hit The Crown.
The Royal was accused of "throwing his toys out the pram" over the issue as he was discussed by The Daily Mirror's royal editor Russell Myers during a segment on Lorraine.
The expert addressed rumours of Harry not wanting his and Meghan Markle's story to feature on the programme as plot lines progress towards the modern-day era of the family.
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Lorraine said to Russell: "There are rumours about Prince Harry not being at all happy to be featured in The Crown.
"Can he be written out of it, can they do it without him, who knows?"
He then replied: "Well, I'm not sure. The writers have already said they are not going to go right up until the modern day."
He added: "Wouldn't it be great if we could see all the stuff which has happened with Megxit, Harry and Meghan, the big saga that's being going on.
"Apparently Harry has got a big deal with Netflix so he's been putting his foot down saying he doesn't want to be featured."
The Crown – which launched in 2016 with its fifth season due later this year – focuses on the earlier years of The Queen's reign so it seems unlikely that Harry would become a topic on the show.
Harry and Meghan admitted to having watched The Crown during their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey last year.
The pair signed a multi-million pound deal with Netflix in 2020.
Meanwhile, royal expert Angela Levin discussed her conversation about the show with Prince Harry at Kensington Palace as she appeared on TalkRadio.
She said: "I mumbled and said, 'are you and the rest of the Royal Family (watching)?'
"He said, 'yes, we're all absolutely watching everything but I'm going to insist it stops before it reaches me'."
Peter Morgan, the creator of The Crown, previously hinted that he wouldn't be covering Meghan and Harry in the Netflix drama.
The Crown's creator previously told the Hollywood Reporter that he had no intention of covering the couple anyway.
He explained: "I'm much more comfortable writing about things that happened at least 20 years ago.
"That is enough time and enough distance to really understand something, to understand its role, to understand its position, to understand its relevance."
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