Two of the most famous modern-day royals are ready to make their television debuts.
Season six of The Crown, which is currently filming in St. Andrews, Scotland, is set to star Ed McPhee and Meg Bellamy as college-aged Prince William and Kate Middleton, respectively. The couple met in 2001 while studying at the University of St Andrews, and the actors were caught by paparazzi filming a scene on March 17 that appeared to be a possible encounter.
William and Kate’s relationship has been avidly followed by the tabloids since they met. They got engaged in November 2010 and got married on April 29, 2011 in Westminster Abbey. They also have three children: Prince George, Prince of Wales, Princess Charlotte, Princess of Wales, and Prince Louis, Prince of Wales.
It has been speculated that this season will focus on the royal family in the 1990s, including the death of William’s mother, Princess Diana. Although it is believed that they will not appear at the moment of death, they will include the introductory period and beyond. said a source diverse There is a strong desire within the production team to “get it right and deal with it.” [it] sensitively. “
In September 2022, “The Crown” paused filming on the day of Queen Elizabeth II’s death, and also announced that they would stop production on the day of her funeral.
Prince William has come under fire recently after his brother, Prince Harry, revealed in his autobiography that William physically attacked Harry after insulting his wife, Meghan Markle.
After calling Markle “difficult,” “brusque,” and “abrasive,” Harry wrote that William “grabbed me by the collar, tore off my necklace, and … knocked me to the ground.”
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