The Crown season 6 London premiere: Meet Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince Harry stars

The Crown's new Kate Middleton, Prince William, and Prince Harry actors hit the red carpet for the season 6 part two premiere.

The second half of The Crown's final season is almost upon us, with the stars portraying young royals Prince William and Prince Harry and Kate Middleton having joined past and present stars of the show at the season six part two premiere on Tuesday (December 5).

Actors Meg Bellamy (Kate Midleton), Ed McVey (Prince William) and Luther Ford (Prince Harry) are set to take the show into a new era as The Crown's final episodes will follow the lives of the young royals a few months after their mother Princess Diana's sudden passing.

The final instalments of the show, which will land on Netflix on December 14, will also see William embark on his studies at the University of St Andrews and the start of his royal romance with Kate Middleton.

In honour of the concluding episodes' upcoming release, many of the stars from across the show's past six seasons came together at the South Bank Centre's Royal Festival Hall to celebrate the show coming to an end.

Emma Corrin and Gillian Anderson, who both starred in the fourth season of the show as Princess Diana and Margaret Thatcher, respectively, were a few of the former Crown stars in attendance.

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