Lewis Capaldi makes Prince Harry joke ahead of new ‘tell-all’ Netflix doc

Lewis Capaldi  (PA)
Lewis Capaldi (PA)

Lewis Capaldi was left so amused that his new documentary, How I’m Feeling Now, was described as a “tell-all” that he likened it to that of Prince Harry’s bombshell memoir Spare.

Taking to social media, the 26-year-old photoshopped his face onto the royal’s book cover and quipped, “telling all if you’ve ever wronged me get ready” as he made light of the Netflix special.

The Pointless hitmaker’s witty response to the reports left many of his fans branding him “one of the funniest people” online.

One fan tweeted: “omg can’t wait to see this your one of the funniest people ever you should try some stand up” (sic).

“bro i love lewis capaldi he’s the highlight of the music industry,” another commented.

The Forget Me singer announced his Netflix documentary on Thursday with a funny Instagram video.

Capaldi hilariously photoshopped his face onto Prince Harry’s memoir Spare (Instagram/LewisCapaldi)
Capaldi hilariously photoshopped his face onto Prince Harry’s memoir Spare (Instagram/LewisCapaldi)

In the video, the Scottish star dressed up as characters from iconic Netflix shows including Bridgerton, Squid Game, Money Heist, Wednesday, Orange is the New Black and Tiger King before dressing as himself to confirm his feature on the streaming service.

Captioning the post, he penned: “I made a NETFLIX DOCUMENTARY!!! it’s called “How I’m Feeling Now” and comes out on April 5th! pretty terrified for everyone to see this if I’m quite honest, but I’m so so proud of it x”.

The feature-length documentary follows the star as he returns to his family home in Scotland following his rise to fame.

As he begins to work on his second album, due for release in May, the documentary will cover Capaldi discussing the ups and downs of life in the spotlight.

Sam Bridger, head of music film at Pulse Films, said of the project: “This started out as a film about the process of creating the ‘difficult second album’ but ended up being an astonishingly unguarded portrait of the pressures of fame on young shoulders, exploring one of the great conversations of our age – mental health.”

Lewis Capaldi’s documentary, How I’m Feeling Now, lands on Netflix on April 5.