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Netflix's 'The Crown' finds its Prince William and Kate Middleton for season six

Season five isn't even out yet, but we can't wait for season six!

The Crown has found its Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for the show's sixth season.

The producers of the show have cast two young Prince Williams to portray his 15-year-old self and his late teenage and early adult years. 

Teenager Rufus Kampa will play 15-year-old Prince William while Ed McVey will be playing his remaining teenage years and early adult years.

Rufus will be appearing in the episodes of the British Royal family coping after the tragic death of Princess Diana who died on August 31, 1997.

On the other hand, Ed will play out William's courtship of Kate, from meeting Kate for the first when studying Art History in Scotland to getting married to her.

The casting call read: "These are significant roles in the award-winning drama and we are looking for a strong physical resemblance. Please see photographs for reference.”

"And they won’t need to have any acting experience."

Kate Middleton's role will be played out by Meg Bellamy. 

This will be a screen debut for all three- Rufus Kama, Ed McVey and Meg Bellamy. Rufus and Meg were both selected from the April casting call. 

The sixth season is set between 1997 and the early 2000s, and the 40-year-old royal met future husband Prince William, 39, at St Andrews University in 2001.

The fifth season will release on Netflix in November with Imelda Staunton portraying Queen Elizabeth, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Jonathan Pryce as the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip, Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana and Dominic West as the Prince of Wales.