The Crown: With the fifth and sixth seasons of the Netflix show now set in the 1990s, viewers will get to see William and Harry as they appeared at that age.
The Crown has captivated viewers all across the globe since its 2016 premiere.
The Crown: The Netflix series, which is a dramatization of the royal family during the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, has depicted significant events in the late monarch’s life, including her marriage to Prince Philip in 1947 and the beginning of Prince Charles‘s marriage to Diana, Princess of Wales, in the most recent season.
The Crown has revealed Prince William and Harry actors for season 5
The Queen’s death on September 8 at the age of 96 has sparked renewed interest in the show, with viewers wondering how closely the fictional events in the show mirror those in real life.
The new ensemble will portray the McCallisters as they are in the early to mid-1990s, the time period covered by Season 5, which is scheduled to premiere on the streaming service in November.
To replace Olivia Colman, who portrayed the Queen in Seasons 3 and 4, Imelda Staunton has been cast as the show’s next leader.
Who is playing Prince William?
Senan West will play young William in the next fifth season.
In a casting announcement made earlier this month, it was revealed that Rufus Kampas will play a younger Prince William and Ed McVey would play an older Prince William in season six.
Meg Bellamy, a relative newbie to the acting scene, was just cast as Kate Middleton when she first meets William in 2001 at St. Andrew’s University.
Who is playing Prince Harry?
Young Prince Harry is played by Teddy Hawley and Will Powell in Season 5.
The actor(s) who will play Prince Harry in the upcoming sixth and final season of The Crown has not yet been revealed.
During an interview with James Corden on The Late Late Program in 2021, the Duke of Sussex said that he thought Damian Lewis would make a good stand-in for him on the show.
The Homeland actor was a “fantastic scream,” according to Corden, who agreed with Harry.
Harry cynically responded, “It’s not fantastic casting, but it is casting,” to Corden’s remark that “Damian Lewis as you and me as William, that’s casting.”
In November, you can watch The Crown, Season 5 on Netflix.