The pair recently held a special screening of Disney's Cruella at the The Palace of Holyroodhouse to honor National Health Service workers for all their vital work. But prior to the screening, Prince William and Kate Middleton sat down with stars Emma Stone and Emma Thompson to discuss the filming of Cruella.
Stone revealed what it was like filming all over the city, saying, “It was so much fun, we were all over London...They transformed Carnaby Street into '70s London, which was amazing.” She also got the opportunity to film in front of some royal buildings, adding, “And then, we were in front of Buckingham Palace at one point. I was riding a motorcycle around the mall.” Prince William jokingly responded, “We should have had you stopped Emma, it's very dangerous.”
Meanwhile, Thompson discussed the extravagant costumes in the film, telling the royal couple, “Wait 'till you see the clothes, it's unbelievable.” She also joked that she could relate to the period costumes of the ‘70s, saying, “I kept looking at all the frocks and thinking, 'I think that's mine. I'm sure I've worn that.' You won't remember because you're all too young.”