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The Crown Season 6 Cast Members Of Prince William And Kate Middleton Have Been Unveiled

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A former head girl who played in Netflix’s The Crown has won her first professional acting gig. Meg Bellamy, 19, received her first job after uploading self-taped auditions in response to a social media casting call. Both Ed McVey, 21, and Rufus Kampa, 16, who play , are making their professional screen debuts.

The sixth and last season of the sitcom, which starts filming this fall, will feature all three stars. The award-winning semi-fictional drama’s closure by Netflix after the fifth season was also reported. But the creator felt that a sixth season would be needed and changed his mind.

The new trio of actors joins a distinguished group of stars, like Matt Smith and Oscar-winner Olivia Colman, who have portrayed members of the Royal Family in the drama.

Season six will cover Queen Elizabeth II’s reign up to the early 2000s and detail the events that followed the death of the Princess of Wales. Before she became the Duchess of Cambridge, Bellamy will portray a young Miss Middleton as a student at St Andrews University in Scotland, where she met her future husband in 2001.

The fifth season

According to the Daily Telegraph, she is thought to have learned about the position just a few months after graduating from Berkshire’s school. While McVey portrays the prince in his later adolescent years, Kampa will portray a young Prince William in episodes that depict how the family dealt with Princess Diana’s passing. The fifth season, which will include four actors portraying Prince William and Prince Harry at various ages, will premiere on Netflix in November.

Various nominations for The Crown

The Crown partially fictionalizes significant historical occurrences that occurred throughout Queen Elizabeth II’s lengthy rule, with numerous actors playing renowned royals at various ages.In the first and second seasons, Claire Foy played a young Queen during the early years of her reign, and in the third and fourth seasons, Olivia Colman played the queen.

The Duchess of Sussex’s husband, Prince Harry, who has his own production agreement with Netflix, has previously called the drama “fictional” but “loosely based on the facts.”

The duke admitted last year that the show wasn’t entirely factual.

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Golden Globes, Emmys, and BAFTA awards, as well as other accolades, have been nominated for and won for The Crown.

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