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'The Crown' star Matt Smith feels sorry for Meghan Markle

'The Crown' star Matt Smith feels sorry for Meghan Markle

The actor is now promoting the upcoming second season of the Netflix original and during a talk in NYC, expressed his thoughts on the downside of marrying into the royal family.

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"It's low-priced, it's small enough to carry on, and I bring it with me all the time."Meghan also recently revealed a freakish beauty hack for glowing skin, even admitting it sometimes makes her feel silly".

While fiancée Meghan Markle was MIA from the event, as she's now in Los Angeles spending time with her mother Doria Radlan, the ginger prince was surrounded by some familiar faces. "Life as she knows it is gone".

"I knew she was the one from the very first day", Harry recently said of his wife-to-be.

The newly engaged couple looked happy.

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Claire Foy, who plays Queen Elizabeth on the popular series, reckons it's great to see the monarchy evolving and adapting to current times.

"I feel like I understand [Prince Philip] more emotionally".

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The actress, who plays the Queen in the £100m series, explained the engagement between Harry, 35, and Meghan, 36, marked a significant step forward for the royal family, comparing it to the relationship between Princess Margaret and Group Captain Peter Townsend.

"You realize the fact that Elizabeth forbade her sister from marrying a divorced man; it goes to show how time has changed and how they've had to evolve", she said. "And they really have. This would not have been conceivable, this would not have happened 50 years ago", she said.

'You realise that as you have access, or a voice that people are willing to listen to, [it comes with] a lot of responsibility, which I take seriously'.