Prince William might be the only person on the planet who has not seen Netflix’s buzzy documentary Mayhem, Madness, and Tiger King: Murder. The British Royal Family’s member is in quarantine in the U.K. amid the coronavirus outbreak. But he reveals that he won’t see the famous docu-series anytime soon.
His Appearance on Big Night In
The future King of England dials a Zoom meeting with the actor, who serves as Lord Melchett, an iconic character from Blackadder. Prince William spoke about life in quarantine and questions Stephen of any TV recommendations. “In between, is there anything good on TV? It’s hell without East Enders, a British soap opera,” he questions. To this, Stephen replies, “They say to me, Tiger King is fairly good”. Though the eight-part sequence is regarding zoo owner Joe Exotic’s who allegedly hired a hitman to assassinate rival Carole Baskin. And is suffering a 22-year prison punishment, it’s a huge hit for the streaming service. Although it seems he will not be joining the queue. “I tend to dodge shows regarding royalty,” he replies.
The Quarantine-Activities by William
The Royal also opens regarding homeschooling his children Princess Charlotte and Prince George. He admits that it was a nightmare. Concerning, looking after his children with wife Kate Middleton is merely a part of the couple’s quarantine matters. In an interview with Kate, William shares, following his father, he was pretty concerned for his family.
Charles life in self-isolation!
At the end of March, Prince Charles tests positive for the virus and spends seven days in quarantine.Following his one week of self-isolation, he entitles to be healthy enough by a physician to leave self-isolation. Besides, he can practice social distancing with his wife, Camila. Yet with the happy news, Prince William confesses that he is still worrying about his grandfather, Prince Philip, and grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. “I’m quite careful about my grandparents and who they are with and their age. And us giving everything we can do to make certain that they are protected and isolated away from the situation,” he shares with the outlet.