Charles Spencer is the younger brother of Diana, Princess of Wales. He is a best selling author of multiple books, including two on his family history. His latest book, The White Ship, was #2 Sunday Times Bestseller and has had roaring reviews.
Neil Sean discussed the news on his YouTube channel.
He said: “There is good news on the horizon simply because it looks like he could become something of a movie mogul himself.
“This is all thanks to not one but possibly three novels that he recently wrote.
“They could be now turned into movies and he could be offered the role of executive producer.
Charles Spencer is a best-selling author
He could be set for Hollywood
“I’m guessing but I think this will be a very good idea for the producers to offer him something of a cameo role.
“And even better, how nice would it be if those particular novels were in fact filmed at the famous Althorp house, where of course Diana grew up, it’d be real cool for royal fans.
“Now, Spencer himself says it’s very early days and simply doesn’t want to jinx it.
“But it is nice to see that all the hard work that people put in with books and as a writer myself, let me tell you it is harder than it looks, that finally something could be turned into a big screen adventure, and more importantly, bring him some happiness. Alongside of course his nephews, William and Harry after such a terrible few years.”
Charles lives with his family in Althorp House.
The Althorp Estate is a Grade I listed stately home and estate in the civil parish of Althorp, West Northamptonshire, which stretches around 13,000 acres.
Princess Diana was raised alongside her siblings at Althorp Estate before she moved to London when she turned 18.
She first met Prince Charles on the grounds of the estate after he was introduced to her by Diana’s sister Sarah Spencer, who he dated.
Althorp House was dug up by archaeologists for a new documentary on Channel 4 which aired yesterday.
In Ancient Secrets of Althorp, the Earl worked with archaeologists to dig around the estate.
In the documentary, evidence was uncovered of an Anglo Saxon village believed to have been located in the grounds of his ancestral home.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK