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Princess Diana aide says Spencer film starring Kristen Stewart was ‘not comfortable to watch’

Princess Diana’s former Voice coach says Kristen Stewart’s performance in Spencer is ‘not comfortable to watch’ and fails to capture the ‘true spirit’ of the royal.

  • Diana aide Stewart Pearce says Princess didn’t have ‘flow and grace’ in film
  • The independent film cost over £13.3 million to produce but took in £1.5 million
  • He says he wouldn’t be surprised if audience members skipped the 2-hour film early

A former royal aide has said Kristen Stewart’s performance as Princess Diana in the film Spencer is ‘not comfortable to watch’.

Stewart Pierce, a personal voice and appearance coach for the late Princess of Wales, said Diana’s true spirit was not captured by Stewart, 31, whose actions were ‘jerky’ rather than ‘beautiful’.

An independent film directed by Pablo Lahren, Spencer didn’t do as well at the box office as Deadline figures show, despite screening in 996 theaters around the world that took in just £1.5 million ($2.1 million). The film is said to have cost over £13.3 million ($18 million) to produce.

Stewart Pierce, a personal voice and appearance coach for the late Princess of Wales, said Diana’s true spirit was not captured by Stewart, 31, whose actions were ‘jerky’ rather than ‘beautiful’.

Princess Diana With Prince Harry On Christmas Day At Sandringham In 1993.  Kristen Stewart Recreates This Iconic Look In The Independent Film, Spencer

Princess Diana with Prince Harry on Christmas Day at Sandringham in 1993. Kristen Stewart recreates this iconic look in the independent film, Spencer

Speaking to the Daily Express, Mr Pierce said it was not surprising and he could imagine why the audience would exit halfway.

He said: ‘I was challenged by it in really interesting ways. It was not convenient to watch. Kristen’s rhythm was very steady and very breath taking.

‘It seemed that many actors were encouraged to speak in a scheming manner. They were all using these half-baked voices and were moving so fast that it was hard to hear what was going on.

Stewart Pearce, A Personal Voice And Appearance Coach For Princess Diana, Says Her True Feelings Were Not Captured In The Spencer Film

Stewart Pearce, a personal voice and appearance coach for Princess Diana, says her true feelings were not captured in the Spencer film

Mr Pierce, who has written a book called Diana: The Voice of Change, helped train Princess Diana with her voice, posture and signature look, which is ready for the eyes of the public and the media.

He continued: ‘If actors don’t care about the people that they are playing, automatically the audience is notified.

‘Now viewers don’t necessarily understand the subtleties of it, but what they will do is turn off their screens or leave the movie theater because the vibrations don’t excite them.’

Stewart, best known for starring in the Twilight films, has won a Golden Globe nomination for her portrayal of Diana and has been hotly tipped for an Oscar.

Spencer covers a fictional three-day period at the Queen’s Sandringham Estate, Norfolk, when the Princess learns that her marriage to Prince Charles is over.

In this, the royal is shown struggling with an eating disorder.

Speaking at first, Stewart said that he found the princess very relatable.

The leading lady of Twilight admitted, ‘I’m not someone who had a super developed relationship as an individual or with the royal family, but I wouldn’t play that role until I fell in love with her.

‘It’s so easy to do, it’s so immediate.’

She continued: ‘I also think what he represented so clearly is this reflection.

‘It was the first time that anyone attending this Royal Institution had ever felt like who they could be. It wasn’t based on fake dreams… it provided a dream that just felt real.’



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