Popular Australian-born American actor Hugh Jackman had predicted that Australia will break with the British Royal Family and become a Republic. He has now explained what he feels about King Charles and his late mother Queen Elizabeth II.
Hugh Jackman opens up on the Royal Family
Jackman, whose parents are both British by birth, told the BBC he remembers being a child celebrating royal events such as the 1981 wedding of Prince Charles to Lady Diana Spencer.
The actor said,
“We had Champagne… there was no bunting at our house but if my dad could have found it there would have been.”
The X-Men star has told the BBC that “Australia Will Ditch British Monarchy And Become A Republic – Inevitable” and the move would be a “natural part of evolution.”
Clearing his position Hugh Jackman said that he had “no ill will” to any members of the British Royal Family, adding that he had met the late Queen Elizabeth on several occasions as well her son, now King Charles.
“I see and feel a real genuine desire to be of service to the public.”
It was previously reported that King Charles is seemingly searching for big-name performers for the Coronation concert at Windsor Castle and it was previously noted that Adele and Ed Sheeran will reportedly not take part despite the invitation, on account of them being too busy to come.
The list of rejection also includes Harry Styles, Elton John, Robbie Williams and Spice Girls. They have reportedly all declined to perform at King Charles III’s coronation.
It is now less than ten weeks until the sparkling display of pomp and pageantry that will celebrate the start of King Charles’ reign.