Star Wars filming ‘turned down by Queen’

Image copyright Reuters Image caption The recently completed Star Wars film, Rogue One, boasts the come back of Princess Leia who was originally played by Carrie Fisher

A Star Wars required to be film on property owned by the Queen was turned down, it has been divulged.

The Crown Estate said no to the cinema dealership when it want to get movie vistums at Windsor Great Park, Berkshire.

An estate spokesman said the meant backgrounds were no longer suitable for the common, adding: “Our chief isn’t altered by sun mentions or starring films.”

Part of the 18,000 -acre park was recently used for the brand-new Winnie-the-Pooh film, Goodbye Christopher Robin.

The Star Wars revelation came as the Crown Estate’s head of commercial operations, Nick Day, talked to the BBC about a forest in the ballpark being used as the 100 Acre Wood, the home of Pooh and his chums.