Sophie Turner voices 6-year-old Princess Charlotte in HBO Max’s new animated series “The Prince.”
The series is already being criticized for parodying the British royal family and portrays some of them in a negative light.
As soon as the Game Of Thrones star shared a poster of the series on Instagram, many social media users commented criticizing her decision to take part in it.
Some fans are calling Turner a “hypocrite” for taking the role as she has asked for privacy for her own child, but is parodying the young Princess Charlotte in the new show.
‘So, I guess it’s fine, as long as it’s not your child?’, a person wrote in comments.
“Love you but not a fan of this. Just seems wrong,” another fan wrote.
“I like you but this isn’t it…George, Charlotte, and Louis are literally children,” another responded.
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Several commenters on Turner’s Instagram post about “The Prince” came out asking how she would feel if her own daughter was being “mocked” like Princess Charlotte is in the animated show.
The latest HBO Max series ridicule several royal family members, including 8-year-old Prince George and his parents Prince William, who is voiced by Turner’s former “Game of Thrones” costar Iwan Rheon, and Kate Middleton, who is voiced by Lucy Punch.
HBO Max announced in May that the series would be delayed out of respect for Prince Philip, and for the Royal Family.