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Entertainment 'The Crown' star Josh O'Connor says Prince Charles 'has no purpose' until the Queen dies: 'What the hell is he doing?'

14:05  14 august  2020
14:05  14 august  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Josh O ' Connor plays Prince Charles in the third season of " The Crown ." In 2019, after his first appearance as the Prince , he told GQ that he had gradually come to realize that the Prince 's "whole life has been in purgatory" and that he was "waiting for his mother to die for his life to have meaning."

To this pantheon, we can add Josh O ' Connor , the sparkling British talent who plays Prince Charles in Netflix's blockbuster The Crown . In his exclusive cover interview for the new issue of Esquire (out now – subscribe here), O ' Connor reveals an unorthodox method for getting into character

Josh O'Connor, Prince Charles are posing for a picture: Josh O'Connor plays Prince Charles in the third season of © Karwai Tang/WireImage/Wikipedia Josh O'Connor plays Prince Charles in the third season of "The Crown." Karwai Tang/WireImage/Wikipedia
  • Actor Josh O'Connor, who plays Prince Charles in "The Crown," believes that the royal "has no purpose" until the Queen dies and he becomes King.
  • O'Connor, who made his first appearance in season three of the Netflix royal drama, said: "Charles doesn't necessarily want power. But until she dies, what the hell is he doing? What is his existence? He has no purpose."
  • Speaking about the upcoming series, O'Connor told Esquire that "the Diana stuff has been thrilling to play." He continued: "For me, that's the juicy stuff."
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Actor Josh O'Connor, who plays Prince Charles in Netflix's "The Crown," believes that the royal "has no purpose" until the Queen dies and he becomes King.

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According to Josh O ’ Connor , who stars as a young Prince Charles on the Netflix drama, he was assured early on in the process that the show would not be re-enacting the infamous 1989 conversation between Charles and his then-mistress Camilla Parker Bowles, now the Duchess of Cornwall.

Josh O ' Connor , who portrays Prince Charles in the Netflix's The Crown , has teased "thrilling" Diana scenes to The Crown star says season 4’s Diana storyline is “thrilling”. “The question of having to wait for your mum to die in order for your life to have meaning, and what the means for a young man.”

"The question of having to wait for your mum to die in order for your life to have meaning, and what that means for a young man. It's just bizarre," he said during an interview with Esquire magazine.

O'Connor, who made his first appearance as Prince Charles in season three of "The Crown," continued: "Charles doesn't necessarily want power. But until she dies, what the hell is he doing? What is his existence? He has no purpose."

The 30-year-old is set to reprise his role as the Queen's eldest son in the fourth season, which is due to air later this year.

Despite his high-profile casting, he told Esquire he's only be interested in meeting the royal because it would be funny: "But really, I'm disinterested. I got a gig playing him, but not even really him."

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The Crown star Josh O ’ Connor has said Prince Charles is waiting for his mother, the Queen , “to die for his life to have meaning”. He added: “Waiting for your parent to die is pretty messed up. That the one person who should be unconditional is the person that holds the power for you to have any

THE Crown star Josh O ' Connor has promised fans there will be "thrilling" drama between Prince Charles and When asked about taking part in storylines involving Princess Diana (Emma Corrin), he said : "The " Charles doesn’t necessarily want power, but until she dies , what the hell is he doing ?

The upcoming season is expected to deal with the fallout of the Prince of Wales' relationship with Princess Diana.

Speaking about the upcoming series, O'Connor told Esquire that "the Diana stuff has been thrilling to play." He continued: "For me, that's the juicy stuff."

Also speaking to the publication, the show's creator Peter Morgan teased how the show will deal with Charles and Diana's explosive relationship, saying: "Charles and Diana's marriage, it was three Brexits and three COVIDs wrapped into one, wasn't it?"

Morgan continued: "Everybody is defined in some shape or form in terms of their reaction to the events that [the royal family] inflicted upon us. And at the heart of all that was this marriage. I think what's so sad about it is they were such a dream team. It could have been so fantastic."

This isn't the first time O'Connor has been vocal about his thoughts on the Prince of Wales' royal duties. In 2019, after his first appearance as the Prince, he told GQ that he had gradually come to realize that the Prince's "whole life has been in purgatory" and that he was "waiting for his mother to die for his life to have meaning."

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THE CROWN is set to return to Netflix with season 4 later this year after leaving off on Queen The Crown fans are eagerly awaiting scenes depicting Prince Charles ’ ( Josh O ’ Connor ) affair with Season 4 will see Charles and Diana doing a tour of Australia. Charles will be completely outshone

In real life, Charles learned and recited this speech both in English and Welsh — and so did Josh O ’ Connor , the actor who plays the prince on Season 3 And what Charles is having to learn, just as when Claire Foy was playing the Queen in Season 1, is that duty overrides everything and it has to

Netflix is yet to announce an exact release date for season four of "The Crown," but it was recently confirmed that actor Jonathan Pryce, best known for his appearances in "Game of Thrones," will take on the role of Prince Phillip in the final two seasons of the royal drama.

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