Royal love story to be told on TV (Evening Gazette, 17 juillet 2004).
Ioan tipped for Charles in TV smash, par Lydia Whitfield (Wales on Sunday, 18 juillet 2004).A film is to be made about the love triangle between Prince Charles, Princess Diana and Camilla Parker Bowles, it was revealed today.
ITV is planning a two-hour drama "Whatever Love Means", according to a national newspaper.
ITV Drama boss Nick Elliott said: "Our film is a love story which concentrates on the three years from when Charles and Diana met and takes us up to their wedding.
"It is very sympathetic to both of them, painting them as characters in a complicated relationship."
Among the actors understood to be under consideration for the part of Charles are Ioan Gruffudd and Matthew McFadyen. Casualty and former Brookside actress Nicola Stephenson has been touted for the role of Camilla and Sophia Myles or Romala Garai will play Diana.
Homegrown heart-throb Ioan Gruffudd grew a beard for his latest role in King Arthur - but his next one might require some sticky-out ears!
The Cardiff cutie is rumoured to be in the running to play Prince Charles in a new ITV film dramatising the love triangle between Charles, Diana and Camilla.
Matthew McFadyen is also tipped for the lead role, while Sophia Myles and Romala Garai are favourites to play the Princess of Wales. Casualty star Nicola Stephenson is the favourite to play Camilla Parker-Bowles.
The film has a working title of Whatever Love Means, in reference to a curious remark made by Charles during the engagement interview when asked if the couple were in love. Diana's answer to the same question, 'Are you in love', was: 'Of course'.
Matthew Macfadyen dans le rôle de Charles Sans méchanceté et avec tout le respect que je dois au Prince - sa famille est encore, selon la loi, chef de l'État canadien... - Matthew est trop beau pour le représenter!
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