The Crown: Prince William, Kate Middleton, Ed McVay, Meg Bellamy

The creators of Netflix’s hit series The Crown have revealed who will play Prince William and Kate Middleton in Season 6.

Two actors were cast for the role of the young prince: 16-year-old Rufus Kampa and 21-year-old Ed McVeigh. Meanwhile, Meg Bellamy plays Kate Middleton.

Left to right: Ed McVey, Prince William, 2001, age 19

Season 5 of ‘The Crown’ is set to hit our screens this November. Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Dominic West as Prince Charles, Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Olivia Pryce as Camilla Parker Bowles It features an all-new cast, including Williams. Jonny Lee Miller also appears as Prime Minister John Major.

It also features West’s son, Senan West, as a young Prince William (around 11 years old). Teddy Hawley and Will Powell play Prince Harry of different ages.

Producers have remained tight-lipped about what moments of British royal life they plan to revisit during the show, but casting has confirmed that the events of Season 5 will take place around the 1990s. It suggests a focus on the 1990s, including Diana’s death in 1997.

As variety Diana’s boyfriend, Dodi Al Fayed, who died alongside her in the Paris crash last year, was portrayed on the show by ‘Kite Runner’ star Khalid Abdallah and his father and former department store owner. ‘s owner Mohamed Al Fayed was played by Salim Daw (“Oslo”).

Left to right: Meg Bellamy, Kate Middleton (2008, age 26)

Given Kate’s screen debut and the casting of a 16-year-old Kampa as a younger version of William, all indications are that production is set to begin this fall, with a focus on the late 1990s and early 2000s. Shows Season 6. Prince William was 15 when his mother died in August 1997.

After taking a gap year in 2008, he entered the University of St Andrews in Scotland in 2001, where he met fellow classmate Kate. They continued dating for ten years before finally tying the knot in 2011.

The 1990s and early 2000s were turbulent times for the royal family. The family’s popularity plunged to an all-time low after Diana’s death, rocked by numerous scandals.Princes William and Harry are known for stumbling out of nightclubs early in the morning. and was often surrounded by attractive gorgeous blondes. Prince Andrew is on the verge of friendship with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and allegedly abused accuser Virginia Giffle multiple times. Prince Charles was trying to restore his image while integrating his former mistress, Camilla Parker-Bowles, into public life.

Diana’s death was followed by a number of legal battles, including a high-profile criminal trial when Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell, was arrested on suspicion of stealing hundreds of Princess Diana’s belongings. In the end, the case was stopped at the last minute after the Queen had a startling ‘memory’ of giving him permission to receive the items. It meant that members of the chamber were able to avoid having to testify in front of what they believed was a media circus.

Rufus Kampa (Courtesy of Netflix) Prince William (Toby Melville/Newsmakers via Getty Images)

Either way, there’s plenty of material for Kampa, McVeigh, and Bellamy to get hooked on.

Kampa has extensive stage experience, including leading roles in the West End’s Sue Townshend’s ‘Adrian Maul’s Diary of 13 and 3′ musicals, as well as the Waterloo East Theater and Wycombe Swan. others. In September, he will join the Tring Park School for the Performing Arts, which counts Star Wars’ Daisy Ridley and Dame Julie Andrews as alumni.

McVey graduated from Drama Center London last year after completing a four-year training program. He has performed on stage at The Old Vic and Hammersmith Riverside Studios.

Bellamy is a complete newcomer, but has done some amateur drama and film production, with a high-profile series marking her professional debut.

Kampa and Bellamy were selected after submitting audition tapes following a social media casting call. ‘The Crown’ will be the trio’s professional screen debut.

Emma Corrin is slated to star in the upcoming feature My Policeman alongside Harry Styles, but will be playing a young Princess Diana in Season 4. came into the public eye after being plucked from relative obscurity to the.. There are several on-screen credits to her name.

Similarly, Josh O’Connor, who played Prince Charles in seasons 3 and 4, rose to prominence, winning the Best Actor in a Drama Series award for his performance.

The series changes its cast every two seasons to depict different generations of royalty.

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