On 21 June the movie No Hard Feelings was released. While the press coverage for the film mostly focused on Jennifer Lawrence there is something we have all missed.
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Royal fans will be happy to know that there is another actor in the family, who is not Meghan Markle. On his Instagram, Prince Achileas-Andreas of Greece and Denmark announced that he made his movie debut in the film.
But who is this royal and will we be seeing him on our screens again soon?
Who is Prince Achileas-Andreas of Greece and Denmark?
Prince Achileas-Andreas of Greece and Denmark is 22. He is the grandson of King Constantine of Greece. This lineage ties him directly to the late Prince Philip.
Prince Achileas-Andreas is also closely related to King Charles III as his sister, Princess Olympia, is the goddaughter of the new King.
On his Instagram, Prince Achileas-Andreas describes himself as an ‘actor.’ While he has grown in the world of royalty, his Instagram profile resembles one of any other 22 year olds. He often shares pictures of his everyday life like a picture of his graduation.
On the young Prince’s profile you can also find skits that have over 40K likes.
Prince Achileas-Andreas of Greece and Denmark the actor
While the young Prince is part of the infamous family, he is pursuing his dream like a lot of other people in their twenties. For his work he goes under the name of Achi Miller after his mother's maiden-name.
On 30 June, Prince Achileas-Andreas shared a picture on his Instagram that celebrates his first ever role in a movie. Something that calls for celebration.
In the movie the young prince plays a small part but the fact that he is already sharing the screen with household names like Jennifer Lawrence does bode well for his career.
Currently, the Prince with over 448K followers hasn’t announced other projects but we will make sure to keep our eyes open.
Who knows, maybe him and the other actress of the family, Meghan Markle, could work together!
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