‘The Crown’: Netflix recreates Prince William and Kate Middleton’s first meeting at St Andrews

The Crown Filming for the upcoming sixth season is underway and Ed McVeigh and Meg Bellamy, who portray Prince William and Kate Middleton, have been spotted filming scenes near St Andrews.

Filming for the upcoming sixth and final season of the hit royal drama series began near the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, where the future Prince and Princess of Wales met and fell in love as college students.

The image that has taken the internet by storm captures the characters’ first meeting on the run, with McVeigh’s William taking a second look at Bellamy’s Kate.

The scene, captured near St Andrews, is believed to show the moment the future Prince and Princess of Wales first laid eyes on each other as students.

Prince William, 40, and Princess Kate, 41, became mothers the moment they met.

In an interview with ITV in 2010, Kate revealed that it took time for them to get to know each other. “I think you said I was really bright red when I met you and was off something,” she told William. “[I was] I am very embarrassed to meet you,” people reported.

The sixth season of The Crown is expected to explore the late 90s and early 2000s for the royal family, including the beginning of Prince William and Kate’s love story.

The Emmy-winning series premiered in November 2016 and is expected to air its sixth and final season later this year.

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