When Prince Harry met American actress Meghan Markle, he met the love of his life. What started as a fairy tale turned into a saga, where the pair confronted the centuries-old Royal Family and institution, and as a result, the couple exited their “life in a castle.”.
The Royal Family’s outdated ideas about relationships, race, and dutty were not for the Duque and Duchesses of Sussex. Meghan is bi-racial, and some insist that is the root of the problem for the English family.
The English tabloids and, astonishingly, some of the English media, implicitly biased, took sides as in #TeamRoyalFamily.
In the United States and other countries, the media and public opinion favor the couple’s pursuit of equality and freedom, as in #TeamHarryandMeghan
Harry, Meghan, and their children moved to California after exiting the Royal Institution.
Along the way, Prince Harry became a hero.
The Harry and Meghan documentary on Netflix, the “Spare” book authored by Harry and published on January 10 , 2023, and the subsequent interviews have shown Prince Harry capable of doing anything for the well-being and happiness of his family.
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Geppetto, the beloved character in Pinocchio, learns from the wooden boy that he is loved unconditionally, while Pinnochio comes to terms with who he is and does not need to change to be loved. The animated musical by Guillermo del Toro provides a new look into the characters of this classic tale; as Del Toro says, “It is a tale about love.”
The film has created a buzz for months as people around the world awaited its release on the popular platform Netflix. The film was finally released on December 9, 2022.
In this stop-motion film, the voice of Geppeto is by actor David Bradley. Pinnochio’s voice is young actor Gregory Mann. Pinocchio is produced by del Toro, The Jim Henson Company’s Lisa Henson, ShadowMachine’s Ale Bulkley and Corey Campodonico, and Exile Entertainment’s Gary Ungar; it is co-produced by Blanca Lista of The Jim Henson Company and Gris Grimly. Other credits include production supervisor Melanie Coombs, co-production designers Guy Davis and Curt Enderle, animation supervisor Brian Hansen, puppet supervisor Georgina Hayns, director of photography Frank Passingham, art director Rob DeSue, and animatic editor Ken Schretzmann.