“The Crown” This is what William and Kate look like in season 6


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The sixth and final season of the highly controversial Netflix series “The Crown” is currently filming in Scotland. A fateful encounter was re-enacted there, as footage from the filming at the University of St. Andrews shows. In 2001, Prince William (40) and bourgeois Kate Middleton (41) met at this very spot and then fell in love. Actor Ed McVey and actress Meg Bellamy have now recreated the beginnings of royal love for ‘The Crown’.

The recordings show what the Netflix series has always been known for: once again, the two stars are visually getting closer to their roles. Above all, McVey’s gaze when admiring Bellamy passing him closely resembles the prince’s facial expressions. Both McVey and Bellamy are newcomers to the acting scene, and their roles in The Crown represent their career highs to date.

We have known since last September that the two actors will play the royal couple. Additionally, at the start of the season, which deals with the era immediately following the tragic death of Princess Diana (1961-1997), teenager Rufus Kampa will play a young version of William.

Ten years after they first met in 2001, William and Kate’s wedding bells have rung, and they now have three children together, George (9), Charlotte (7) and Louis (4).

‘The Crown’ review grows as it becomes more topical

“The Crown” is often the subject of heated debate. A controversy erupted last year when prominent figures criticized the portrayal of characters from the previous season and called for a disclaimer to clarify that the series is fictional. Actress Dame Judi Dench (88) wrote at the time that Netflix “seems poised to blur the lines between historical accuracy and crude sensationalism”. She said there was a risk that “a significant number of viewers” would view the drama series as historical fact.

Helena Bonham Carter, who herself was part of “The Crown” and played Princess Margaret (1930-2002), complained that the series had gotten too close to the present: “I played and loved my episodes, but it’s very different now. When ‘The Crown’ started, it was a historical drama, and now it’s immersed in the present.”


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