Julie Andrews is putting the record straight about her participation in the third Princess Diaries movie. 

In the first two movies, the actor plays Queen Clarisse Renaldi, the grandmother of Anne Hathaway’s Mia Thermopolis

Garry Marshall directed Andrews and Anne Hathaway in The Princess Diaries, which was first released in 2001. 

Mia Thermopolis, the protagonist of the coming-of-age comedy, is the main character in the well-known Meg Cabot novel series. 

In an interview with Access Hollywood, Julie told, “I think we know that it’s probably not going to be possible. 

And I am that much older and Annie the princess, or queen, is so much older. 

And I am not sure where it would float or run,” she said. “In terms of us doing it, I doubt that now,” she added. 

In 2004, “The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement” was released, with Andrews and Hathaway repeating their respective parts.  

Since the sequel’s release 18 years ago, Andrews doesn’t appear very interested in picking up the series again. 

Earlier this year, Hathaway revealed her desire to direct a follow-up to The Princess Diaries and offered a way to get Andrews back as well.