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The Crown, revealed the interpreters of William and Kate in the fifth season of the Netflix series

Major new additions to the series The crown, now in its fifth season. After placing the squares dedicated to queen elizabethto Prince Philip and to the new interpreter of Lady Diana, it was she who …

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Major new additions to the series The crown, now in its fifth season. After placing the squares dedicated to queen elizabethto Prince Philip and to the new interpreter of Lady Diana, it was she who was called upon to bring to the small screen William and Kate.

As reported Deadline, after an “exhaustive casting”, Netflix entrusted the roles to three actors. There are no mistakes, because the teenager will play William Rufus Kampa And Ed McVey: the first will follow the story of the son of Carlo and Diana at age 15, during the time of his mother’s tragic death. The second will take it up again in adulthood.

As it concerns Kate Middletoninstead, another TV newcomer was cast, Meg Bellamy. The three will join an already widely revealed cast: Imelda Stauntonunforgettable Dolores Umbridge in the saga of Harry Pottertakes the place of Claire Foy and of Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II, while Emma Corrin has been replaced by Elisabeth Debicki and will be the great co-star of The crown in the role of Lady Diana.

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Also hailed Helena Bonham Carter like, how Princess Marguerite (role inherited from vanessa kirby), in the new episodes coming in November, we’ll see the big Lesley Manville. Jonathan Price instead, it will take over from Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip.

There is still one last very important casting choice missing: who will play Prince Charles instead of Josh O’Connor, in the season that will see him among the most controversial protagonists precisely because it focuses on the death of his ex-wife? While waiting to find out, we remind you that among the rumors of recent months the possibility of a prequel to The crown.

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Source: Deadline

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