Prince Harry embarked on an afternoon jaunt with TV personality James Corden - on a big tour bus around Los Angeles.

Whether Netflix's 'The Crown' can really be considered a factual series has been a debate since the first series aired in 2016. As the series becomes more and more contemporary and closer to our real timeline, many have cast doubt on whether the show can really be considered as such. Of course, nobody knows what went on behind closed doors. And that includes Prince Harry.

The Duke of Sussex, who stepped down from any official Royal duties with his wife Meghan Markle last year, has been living in LA ever since. Adjusting to the times we're living in, James Corden recruited the Royal for one of his interviews this week, where he asked Harry some burning questions many of us have been wondering ever since cutting ties with his duties.

The first subject we're happy was tackled was Prince Harry's opinion on 'The Crown'. Harry says the Netflix series "is fictional... but it's loosely based on the truth."

He continued, saying: "It gives you a rough idea of what that lifestyle, the pressures of putting duties and service about family and everything else - what can come from that.

"I'm way more comfortable with 'The Crown' than I am seeing the stories written about my family, or my wife, or myself. Because it's the difference between... that is obviously fiction, take it how you will, but this is being reported on as fact because you're supposedly news. And I have a real issue with that."

Delving further into 'The Crown', Corden asked Harry about who he would like to see play him in the series. Damian Lewis from 'Homeland' and 'Billions' was his top choice, but considering he is a good 14 years Harry's senior, we doubt that'll happen anytime soon.

During the interview, the pair discussed other topics such as fatherhood, when Harry knew Meghan was "the one", the British press, and they also stopped by the real 'Fresh Prince of Bel Air' house while video-calling Meghan. The final task of the day? A full-on military obstacle course.

Here's the full afternoon tea interview with Prince Harry.

In 2020, after their move to the States, Prince Harry and Meghan reportedly signed a huge multi-year deal with Netflix. The couple has documentaries, feature films, scripted shows and children’s programming in the works.