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Katy Perry convinces Orlando Bloom to make The Prince series | Reform

Katy Perry convinces Orlando Bloom to make The Prince series | Reform

Katy Perry convinces Orlando Bloom to make The Prince series | Reform

Katy Perry convinces Orlando Bloom to make The Prince series | Reform

Orlando Bloom had doubts about lending his voice to Prince Henry of England for the animated series The Prince, but it was his fiancée Katy Perry who convinced him.

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« He said, You have to do this, it’s great! » Bloom told The Hollywood Reporter.
The British actor said he was unsure about taking part in Gary Janetti’s production, which is being enlisted by HBO Max, in which the royal family is satirized.

« At first I thought, ‘How do I feel about it?’ because I am a British boy who is very proud of his roots, « he explained to the outlet.

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« I always understood that (royalty) are part of my heritage and past, and not someone who regularly taunts people, but this was very smart, witty and lovingly done. »

The series is inspired by Janetti’s Instagram account, with about 1 million followers, in which she specifically laughs at Prince George, Guillermo and Catalina’s eldest son.

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Bloom hopes Prince Henry will take his work with humor: « I did not know him when I signed on to do the series, I met him later and he is a very nice guy with a great sense of humor. I hope he will keep it once he sees this because we put on a pedestal.

We show them real admiration in one way or another. « I think the next time I see him I will have to tell him about this work because I am sure that at some point I will see it again, it is simply the nature of the universe, it always brings people together, » shared Bloom.

Orlando Bloom, is a British actor. His rise to fame came with two leading roles in major productions: in 2001 that of the elf prince Legolas in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, the first film in the trilogy based on the novel by J. R. R. Tolkien; and in 2003 that of the blacksmith Will Turner in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.