Given that The Crown is one of the biggest shows on TV, we notice when it crops up in the news. Especially, when it’s because Netflix has released a casting call for actors to play Prince William and Prince Harry in their teenage years. And then details, which have been making their way around the internet like in the last few hours, give away a major spoiler about the upcoming series.
You might have seen the casting call circulating on Twitter, thanks to the fact that it specifies that there’s no acting experience required. In it, the streamer states they are casting for the roles of teenage Prince William and Prince Harry for season 6 of the hit show.
Along with photos of the young princes the details stipulate that while no experience is needed they are looking for individuals with “a strong physical resemblance” to the brothers.
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While lots of fans started commenting pictures of their friends, family members and even themselves in a bid to show they were right for the part, there was actually a major spoiler in the casting call that you might have spotted.
The details begin, “Robert Sterne, Casting Director of the Netflix series The Crown, is searching for two exceptional young actors to play Prince William and Prince Harry in the next series.”
It continues, “These are significant roles in this award-winning drama and we’re looking for a strong physical resemblance.”
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Well, there’s the crucial bit: “significant roles.” According to this casting call it looks as though William and Harry are going to play a big part in season 6 of The Crown. Which is as much news as we’ve had in months.
The Crown seasons 1 through 4 are available to watch on Netflix now.
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