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‘The Crown’ star Dominic West, Prince Harry had falling out over an interview

In this undated handout photo provided by Walking with the Wounded (WWTW) on Nov. 23, 2013, Dominic West, left, and Prince Harry make notes of how much each individual and their kit weighs, during preparations in Novo, Antarctica. (WWTW via Getty Images/TNS)

“The Crown” star Dominic West says he fell out of favor with former pal Prince Harry after sharing “too much” in an interview.

The 59-year-old actor — who in the last two seasons of the Netflix hit plays Harry’s father, King Charles — shared as much with the Times Radio when asked if the Duke of Sussex, 39, had any words of wisdom for how to bring his father’s likeness to the screen.

“Well that was over ten years ago, I think that was,” the “Affair” star said this week.

Asked whether he still has the royal’s number, the “Affair” star confessed with a laugh: “No, we sort of, no.

“I said too much in a press conference, and so we didn’t speak after that,” he explained, sitting alongside Jonathan Pryce, who plays Charles’ father, Prince Philip. “I think I was asked what we did … to celebrate when we got there, and probably said something, too much.”

In 2014, West detailed the Walk With the Wounded charity race he and Harry did the year prior, for which he said the royal was “very much part of the team.”

The “Wire” star reportedly noted at the time that Harry “seemed to specialize in building latrines,” which he said were “incredible.”

“Sitting there, looking at the beautiful view thinking ‘this is a royal flush, in every way,’” West quipped of using said toilet, per Deadline.

West last year told Entertainment Tonight that he had not “spoken to [Harry] for many years.

“We did walk to the South Pole together with a lot of wounded soldiers, so I got to know him pretty well,” he said at the time.

He also noted last year that he “didn’t think it was appropriate” to ask “for tips” on portraying Charles, who was crowned king earlier this year, following the September 2022 death of Queen Elizabeth II.

Of course, the prince himself has caught plenty of flak from the royal family for how much he and wife Meghan Markle share with the public, whether in his 2023 memoir, “Spare,” their 2022 Netflix docuseries, or their 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey.

West’s comments come on the heels of “The Crown” dropping its final episodes earlier this month.

Last month, royal reporter Omid Scobie’s expose, “Endgame,” hit shelves, airing a heap of the monarchy’s alleged dirty laundry.


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