Prince Charles actor speaks on #TheCrown co-star being cut from drama

Prince Charles star Josh O’Connor, 30, made his debut as a young incarnation of the heir to the throne in the previous instalment of The Crown. This documented the Prince of Wales’ friendship with Camilla Parker Bowles (played by Emerald Fennell) before he eventually marries Princess Diana (Emma Corrin) in the upcoming season four, which will begin streaming on next month. The next 10 episodes will follow the royals through the time period of 1977 to around 1990, which incorporates the married couple’s 1983 Australian Tour. However, the up and coming actor of the drama revealed in a recent interview one of his co-star’s had to be cut from one rather significant scene.

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To capture the atmosphere of the crowds waiting to get a glimpse of the young royal couple, producers drafted in extras to bulk up the scene.

Unfortunately, one member of the supporting cast got a little carried away and as a result, made up a line which shouldn’t have been captured on film.

Josh recalled how his character addressed the people of Diana’s delayed arrival, explaining he said: “She’s busy working, I’m afraid. You’ll just have to put up with me.”

The actor then detailed to Town and Country how one of the extra members of the cast then shouted from the crowd: “But you’re rubbish.”

Although the comical moment was said in the midst of filming, it is believed the remark won’t be made audible in the finished cut.

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It seems The Crown star was eager to get to grips with his character’s marriage to Diana and how the relationship would be dramatised for the small-screen.

Josh explained of his stance to the real-life storyline: “The Diana stuff has been thrilling to play. For me, that's the juicy stuff."

Creator Peter Morgan also told Esquire how the show will explore the relationship between the young royals and how they went on to

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