Newcomer And Bellamy It is set to debut on Netflix as Princess Kate Middletonwhich will finally be introduced in the sixth season of the crown.
The first part of The Crown’s final season begins airing on Friday, November 16, and will focus on the events surrounding Princess Diana’s death in 1997. Elizabeth Debicki She returns as Diana, with… Dominic West filming King Charles III.
When the second part airs in December, the focus will shift to the younger generation of royals – including Kate and her husband Prince WilliamPlayed by Bellamy and fellow newcomer Ed McPhee, respectively. (Rufus Campa He plays young William in the first half of the season.)
Season 6 will showcase the early days of Kate and William’s romance when they were students at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. “With every audition, I just watched and watched [Kate]Bellamy said Telegraph before the season premiere, reflecting on how her character will be fleshed out. “In the time period I’m playing in, there’s no recording of her speaking, so you have to imagine her younger.”
Despite it being her first major television project, Bellamy felt “strangely natural” while filming. “It’s a well-oiled machine. It’s quite a laid-back atmosphere, so you don’t feel like everyone is looking at you and thinking: ‘Don’t let us down,'” she said.
While she’s managed to stay relatively under the radar so far — “I can still walk around and no one knows who I am” — Bellamy knows things might change once the crown the first show. “I would like to keep working and build some momentum on screen,” she added. “It was really cool, getting to audition and read the scripts again. I would definitely love to do more of this.”
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1. Where did Meg Bellamy come from?
Bellamy talked about her “happy childhood” in England during her conversation TelegraphPointing out that she moved from Leeds to Berkshire when she was 5 years old. “I have a brother, a half-brother and two half-brothers, we’re all very close,” she told the outlet.
2. How did Meg Bellamy get into acting?
“I did a lot of acting growing up. “I was always singing and doing little shows,” Bellamy recalled in her interview with The Telegraph, adding that she “did a lot of musicals” at school. “I played Sandy in fatAnd we did it we will Rock YouWhere she played Scaramouche. We would spend six months of the year rehearsing, and then we would move on [the performances] In June and July. It was always one of the highlights of my year.”
before the crownBellamy starred in the 2021 short film Prince of Savile Row.
3. Where else has Meg Bellamy worked?
After finishing school, Bellamy got a job at Legoland in the UK.[It] It was the best job ever. “I didn’t have an agent at the time, so I was doing everything I could on my own, submitting my own student films and short films.”
4. How was Meg Bellamy chosen to star in The Crown?
Bellamy saw an opportunity to audition for the show online and was encouraged by a neighbor to take the opportunity. “I thought I looked like Kate,” the actress recalls. (Bellamy admitted she didn’t see the resemblance herself.)
“I remember looking at a picture of Kate in the brief and trying to figure out exactly where she had put the bronzer so I could do it exactly right, trying to unleash my inner makeup artist. Reading about her and listening to her was so important before and during it,” she said. “.
5. Was Meg Bellamy a fan of the royal family?
Before her big hit, Bellamy had only watched the first season of the hit Netflix series and was “aware” of the British royal family, but wasn’t very invested.
“I’m not sure I have any strong feelings about them,” she said. Telegraph. “But I remember the main events, like Kate and Will’s wedding. I was home and my mum had a little party. We kids were more interested in the cake, but I remember saying: ‘Tell me when they kiss me, tell me when they’re on the balcony.’ I sat watching TV and I was like… “Absolutely in awe of her, as we all were.”