- "The Crown" season six had its premiere Sunday in Los Angeles, California.
- Stars including Elizabeth Debicki and Jonathan Pryce attended the event.
- The new Prince William and Kate Middleton actors were also in attendance.
The stars of Netflix's "The Crown" hit the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles, California, on Sunday night for the blue-carpet premiere of season six, part one.
It is one of the last times the show's cast will walk the red carpet since it's the drama's final season.
"The Crown" season six premieres on Netflix on November 16.
Elizabeth Debicki plays the late Princess Diana.
Khalid Abdalla plays Diana's lover, Dodi Fayed.
Abdalla had "Ceasefire now" written on his hand in reference to the Israel-Hamas conflict.
Jonathan Pryce plays the late Prince Philip.
Pryce tried to make the royal guards break character.
Ed McVey and Luther Ford play Prince William and Prince Harry respectively in the final season.
Meg Bellamy also joins the cast of the final season as Kate Middleton, Prince William's future wife.
Rufus Kampa and Fflyn Edwards play younger versions of William and Harry in the final season.
Martin Phipps has been the composer of the series since 2019.
Peter Morgan is the creator and showrunner of "The Crown."
The cast members who attended the premiere also took a photo together.
Actors dressed as royal guards added a regal air to the event.
Finally, Ziggy the Corgi, a dog popular on social media, stole the show.
Read the original article on Insider