Matt Smith, Star of House of the Dragon, Reveals a Fantastic Prince Harry Joke on His the Crown Part!

After meeting at a polo match, the actor Matt Smith recounted an entertaining contact he had had with Prince Harry. In the first two seasons of Netflix’s iconic period drama, the legendary The Crown actor portrayed the Duke of Sussex’s grandfather, Prince Philip, alongside Claire Foy, who portrayed the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Smith described an interaction he once had with the Queen’s grandson during an appearance on NBC’s The Today Show on Thursday, eight days after the monarch’s death (September 15). “I met Harry once while playing polo, which sounds fantastic, but it wasn’t,” he added.

Matt Smith, Star of House of the Dragon, Reveals a Fantastic Prince Harry Joke on His the Crown Part!

“And he stepped up to me and addressed me as ‘Grandfather,'” he added, before duplicating Harry’s handshake with anchor Savannah Guthrie. “He viewed the program! I cannot pretend to know if he watches it today, but he did watch it in the past.

Smith, who presently stars as Daemon Targaryen in the Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon, stated that he had heard the Queen “used to watch it on a projector on Sunday nights.” Prince Philip allegedly remarked, “Don’t be foolish,” when asked if he also watched the popular television program.

During an interview with James Corden in February 2021, Prince Harry supported The Crown, stating that, despite not being “strictly factual,” it depicted the difficulties of “placing duty and service above family and everything else.”

“I am far more at ease watching The Crown than reading articles about my family or wife. That [The Crown] is obviously fiction, whatever you like to interpret it. However, this is being reported as reality since you are allegedly newsworthy. I really disagree with that,” he stated.

He and his wife Meghan Markle are presently partaking in the Queen’s period of mourning and were spotted at a service at Westminster Hall on Wednesday. Harry followed behind her coffin in a procession from Buckingham Palace, accompanied by other senior royals, and will participate in a 15-minute vigil on Saturday.

At the desire of his father, King Charles, he will be permitted to don his military uniform for the first time since 2020, when he stood down from his position as a senior royal. His representative had earlier stated that he would “dress in a morning suit at all events honoring his grandma.”

According to Buckingham Palace, he will stand at the foot of her coffin, while his brother, the Prince of Wales, will stand at the head. In a poignant homage to her memory, Prince Harry described his grandmother’s “infectious smile” after her passing.

In a message shared on the couple’s website Archewell on Monday, he wrote: “Granny, while this final parting brings us great sadness, I am eternally grateful for all of our first meetings – from my earliest childhood memories with you, to meeting you for the first time as my Commander-in-Chief, to the first time you met my darling wife and hugged your beloved great-grandchildren.

“I love these days we’ve spent together, as well as the many other memorable occasions in between. You are already greatly missed, not only by us but by the entire globe. Regarding initial meetings, we now honor my father in his new capacity as King Charles III.”

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Matt Smith’s Net Worth

The English actor and filmmaker Matt Smith have a net worth of $9 million according to In addition to his Emmy-nominated performance as Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh on Netflix’s “The Crown,” Smith is most recognized for his role as the Eleventh Doctor in the British television series “Doctor Who” (2010–2014). (2016–2017).

Matt Smith, Star of House of the Dragon, Reveals a Fantastic Prince Harry Joke on His the Crown Part!

Matt has appeared in “Terminator Genisys” (2015), “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” (2016), “Mapplethorpe” (2018), “Last Night in Soho” (2021), and “Morbius” (2022), as well as the television series “Party Animals” (2007), and he directed the short film “Cargese” (2013).

He has also appeared in various stage productions, including “The History Boys” at the Royal National Theatre (2005–2006), “Swimming with Sharks” at the Vaudeville Theatre (2007–2008), and “American Psycho” at the Almeida Theatre (2013–2014).

Smith has provided his voice for the video games “Doctor Who: The Adventure Games” (2010), “Doctor Who: Return to Earth” (2010), “Doctor Who: Evacuation Earth” (2010), and “Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock” (2012), as well as the animated special “Superworm” (2021). It was revealed in December 2020 that Matt would play Daemon Targaryen in the “Game of Thrones” prequel series “House of the Dragon.”

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