It doesn’t appear to be Julie Andrews, 86, will probably be returning because the Queen of Genovia, who was additionally Anne Hathaway‘s character, Mia’s grandmother, in one other Princess Diaries film. The iconic actress admitted she thinks an excessive amount of time has passed by for there to be a 3rd installment of the Disney movie, which first premiered in 2001, in an interview forward of receiving the AFI Life Achievement Award. The proficient star was being acknowledged for her lengthy performing profession on the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.
“I don’t know, I believe I’m the one — she’s in all probability nonetheless okay for it, however I'd simply be slightly too previous a granny for it, I don’t know,” Julie informed Entertainment Tonight when requested if she’d be a part of Anne for a Princess Diaries 3. She didn’t utterly write off the concept, although, and added that it actually is dependent upon the story that might be included within the attainable third film.
“It relies upon what the story is, and if they will give you one thing, that might be great,” she defined. “But when not, there will probably be different issues.”
Julie regarded beautiful on the pink carpet of the theatre when answering the Princess Diaries-related questions together with others. She wore a trendy darkish blue lengthy robe that had sheer lengthy sleeves and was lined with white sequins on the high. She additionally carried an identical blue clutch purse and confirmed off her signature quick blonde hair.
Along with speaking about her traditional and fashionable movies, Julie opened up concerning the prestigious AFI award she was on the point of obtain later within the night. The common-or-garden magnificence stated she was “very, very grateful” to be honored and didn’t count on the popularity to be as large because it was. “It’s actually simply wonderful,” she gushed. “I had no thought it was this excellent, or this detailed or this enormous, and it’s simply great and I’m very, very grateful.”