Debicki told the publication, “I don’t have any major views on the Royal Family. That’s an advantage here, isn’t it?” She was asked if she knew any of them, and she said, “No” and then, “I probably never will now. Prince Harry seems happy.” She added that she doesn’t follow the news about them and said that the Daily Mail made her “nausea.”
Honestly, it makes sense. Keeping yourself neutral as an actor playing a role based on a real-life person is important. The person’s motives (and the production version of this person) must be kept as clear as possible, and if there’s any person out there writing myths about them, it’s the British royal family.
Diana was around the world, ripped off in one newspaper and hailed in another on the same day. Even years after her death in 1997, we still get musicals about her life, movies like “Spencer” starring Kristen Stewart, who disappeared in this role and many others. She became a regular topic of conversation for the next quarter century. No comments on her and the rest of the people described here must be an asset.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1083764/why-the-crown-star-elizabeth-debicki-abstains-from-news-about-the-royals/ Why Crown Star Elizabeth Debicki abstains from Royal News