Kate Middleton’s role is set to be portrayed by the young 19-year-old Meg Bellany in The Crown. Portraying a member of the British royal family is no easy task. Katherine is after all the Duchess of Cambridge and wife to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. She is known for her perfect posture, style, and mannerism. Her green eyes slim figure and permanent composure are qualities we will see Meg Bellamy picking up in the show.
The Netflix Original has so far made a remarkable effort of showcasing real events with some reel touch of entertainment. So far the show has been appreciated by the viewers for its portrayal of characters with a strong cast. With every new character addition, the requirement for a perfect portrayal intensifies. For the sixth and final season, newbie Meg Bellamy transforms into the role of England’s potential future Queen consort.
Who is the fresh face of Netflix’s The Crown, Meg Bellamy?
We shall get to see the entry of the Duchess of Cambridge in the sixth and final season of Netflix’s The Crown. Instead of a familiar celebrity, 19-year-old former head girl Meg Bellamy will be seen in the role. According to a source, she will star opposite 16-year-old Rufus Kampa, who will play young Prince William showcasing the story of the couple in their younger days.
This gig will be her first professional acting debut. She is a former drama student at St. Crispin’s school, which is coincidentally located close to where Kate Middleton lived as a child. Bellamy initially saw a post about casting roles and submitted an audition tape.
The credit for her casting goes to casting directors Nina Gold and Robert Sterne. They are known for finding hidden talents and transforming them into Royal characters. This also includes Emma Corrin, a fresh college graduate who now plays the role of Princess Diana, Princess of Wales.
Now, Netflix’s The Crown is a historical drama series that first aired in 2016 and revolves around the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Covering events in a dramatized form right from her coronation ceremony to the Royal family’s present-day events. So before we get to see Meg rocking on as Kate in the finale, the fifth season will first premiere in November of this year. So if you haven’t checked it out yes, this is a good time to catch up on episodes so far.