Sophie Turner to Voice Princess Charlotte in HBO Max’s ‘The Prince’
Recently, there has been a brand new announcement about the upcoming animated sitcom of HBO Max’s ‘The Prince.’ This American show is created by Gary Janetti, who is also the lead character’s voice, Prince George. There are many other stars whom we will see doing a voiceover for other characters of The Prince. The recent addition to this team is a very well known English actress, Sophie Turner. This television series will have a satirical plot that portrays the mischievous Prince George, who leaves no stone unturned to bother his family.
This mockery yet comic show illustrates the British Royal Family and rolls around seven-year-old Prince George’s acts. The Prince depicts the perspective of the little Prince George and the way he experiences life around himself. He is the first-born of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton. Iwan Rheon and Lucy Punch will brace these respective characters with their voices. Apart from this, Condola Rashad and Orlando Bloom will be cast for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s voice-over.
Gary Janetti, also the executive producer of The Prince, recently disclosed the actress’s name who will be lending her voice to Prince George’s sister, Princess Charlotte. It is none other than Sophie Turner, who is now the voice cast for Princess Charlotte. Gary Janetti made a peculiar announcement of this news on Instagram. He posted an animated video with a Halloween theme and captioned it, ”Meet Charlotte-Sophie Turner.”
You will have a good laugh at the discussions Prince George has with Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge. The Prince is the second series that Gary Janetti will work on with HBO Max. He has been a writer for yet another sitcom, Family Guy. This new HBO Max series, The Prince, has been inspired by the Instagram images that Janetti posts. He satirically illustrates the insights of England’s Royal Family and put forth it through the imagination of Prince George.
This show is a comic parody, and people describe it as bitter, biting, but hilarious. Even though the production seems to be going well, there has not been any sneak-peek about the show’s premiere date. Bento Box Entertainment and 20th Television produce the series. The news about Sophie Turner entering this animated royal family has thrilled the fans as they appreciated her previous work in the Television world.