Prince Harry realizes a childhood dream: to collaborate to lend his voice to the cartoon of his childhood, “Thomas & Friends”.
After his wife Meghan Markle who got involved in a Disney documentary, it’s the turn of prince harry to lend his voice for a special sequence from the English cartoon “Thomas & Friends”. According to Deadline, the 22-minute episode will be called “The Royal Engine” and will be characterized by the depiction of Queen Elizabeth II and his son prince charles when he was a kid. The program will be available on Netflix on May 1, 2020 in the United States before being broadcast the next day on the English channel Channel 5.
The 35-year-old British heir will therefore be heard for the introduction of the episode. Harry had registered this participation in January, before leaving the United Kingdom for the United States with his wife and their son Archie who will soon blow out his first candle.
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“Entertaining, educational, inspiring”
In honor of the 75th anniversary of the famous cartoon telling the adventures of the Thomas toy train, Harry admitted to being a great spectator from a very young age. “Thomas the Little Train has been a comforting and familiar character for so many families over the past 75 years … Entertaining, educational and inspiring for children about important issues through fascinating stories and characters,” said he declares. He feels proud to be part of this episode and this cartoon that “transported him to new places through his adventures.”
According to a press release, the Duke of Sussex donated the stamp he touched for charity work. Meghan Markle did the same when she ccollaborated with Disney for the documentary “Elephant”.