“I didn’t understand a word he said.”

Johnny Depp once talked about meeting Charles III (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The two biggest events of the year are undoubtedly the affair of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard and the birth of Britain’s new monarch, Charles III. For those uninformed, following the recent death of Queen Elizabeth II, King Charles automatically became the next heir.

Currently, Operation London Bridge, called Operation Unicorn, is underway. This was a massive military-based operation that unfolded over the days following the monarch’s death. From the initiation to the funeral, everything is planned. In some reports, queen‘s death is one of the greatest events involving the military since World War II.

Talking about Charles III, Johnny Depp once mocked him when he was a prince and his new wife, Camilla. Back in 2015, Pirates of the Caribbean The actor appeared on The Graham Norton Show alongside Benedict Cumberbatch. It was then that he revealed that he met the monarch during the premiere of the 2004 film Finding Neverland.

After he called Sir Johnny Depp to say he wanted to be a knight, the host asked if he had met Royalty. said to be referring to Depp then went on to say: “I didn’t understand what he said,” he muttered gibberish, mimicking the way King Charles III spoke.

“I don’t think he understood a word I said,” Depp added, adding, “It didn’t always make sense to meet them.” He’s on track to revive his lost career.

Watch 24 seconds onwards to see Depp talking about Charles III.

Johnny Depp also appears as Louis XV in Jeanne du Barry, previously titled La Favorite. It will be the first feature film after the defamation lawsuit.

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