- The Crown to soon filming final season of the series
- An actress is to be cast for Duchess Kate
- Netflix is looking for young stars in mid-to-late-teens
The Crown's sixth season will be set in the late '90s and early 2000s, and now more news has been shared about it! According to People, the show's creators are currently looking for an actress who will embody Duchess Kate.
The Crown season 6 to start filming later this year
In March, Netflix was already looking for two young actors between the ages of 16 and 20 to play Prince Harry and Prince William. According to People, the casting call stated that the cast did not need to have any acting experience and that filming would begin in August.
Now the character of Duchess Kate is also to be cast, but according to speculation she will not play a major role in the final season. The show is said to pick up with the beginning of her relationship with Prince William at St Andrews University in Scotland. However, this is said to only marginally be featured in the show.
While the sixth season of The Crown is apparently already being worked on intensively, there is no set release date as of yet. However, fans can look forward to season 5 for now, which is scheduled for release in November 2022. Some of the new faces set to appear are Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana and Dominic West as Prince Charles, with West's son Senan also cast to play a young royal.