The Crown season 6: First look at Prince William, Kate Middleton from shoot
The Crown is gearing up for a final season, which will reportedly also chronicle the origins of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s relationship. Actors Ed McVie and Meg Bellamy are set to play the royal couple. The actors were caught filming a scene on March 17, which appears to be set around a possible meet-and-greet. ,read this alsoChris Rock calls Meghan Markle ‘dumb’, royal family ‘the OG of racism’ in new show)
Production on the final season of The Crown began in September 2022 and is eyeing a release date later this year or early next year, although no final release date has been announced. Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, Leslie Manville as Princess Margaret and Jonathan Price as Prince Philip are all set to return for season 6. Elizabeth Debicki will also reprise her role as Diana, Princess of Wales for this season.
According to a report in British Vogue, the first look of Ed McVie and Meg Bellamy as Prince William and Kate Middleton in the Netflix series, which is currently filming Season 6, dates their first meeting at St. Andrews School in Scotland in 2001. appears to have to be rebuilt. Both started dating in 2003.
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s relationship has been covered by the tabloids since their early years. They became engaged in November 2010 and then married on April 29, 2011, at Westminster Abbey. They have three children together: Prince George of Wales, Princess Charlotte of Wales, and Prince Louis of Wales.
Season 5 of The Crown ended in 1997, as Princess Diana was invited to holiday in St. Tropez with Mohammed Al-Fayed. Season 6 is set to follow Princess Diana’s successful years following her death with her boyfriend, Dodi Fayed. In earlier photos from the set, Elizabeth Debicki was seen in an animal print swimsuit, looking like a replica of Princess Diana, while on holiday with Dodi Fayed in the Mediterranean the week before her death.
Most recently, Prince Harry accused his brother, Prince William, of physically assaulting him after he insulted his wife, Meghan Markle, in his memoir Spare. Earlier this month, Prince William was heckled by protesters at a service celebrating the Commonwealth outside Westminster Abbey.