Lifetime has confirmed that its new made-for-television movie "William and Kate" is set to air on April 18 at 9 PM Eastern Time. The film will chronicle the early love affair between Britain's Prince William and his future wife Kate Middleton.
According to a new report form ew.com, "NCIS: Los Angeles" and "Law & Order" star Nico Evers-Swindell will star as the future King of England and Camilla Luddington ("CSI," "The Defenders") has been tapped as the future Queen.
The film will co-star Ben Cross ("Star Trek," "Chariots of Fire") as Prince Charles, Serena Scott-Thomas ("The World Is Not Enough") as Carole Middleton, Richard Reid ("Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone") as Ian, and Victoria Tennant ("L.A. Story") as Celia.
In addition to their dramatic reenactment of the young couple's burgeoning romance, the network will also air a new documentary mini-series dedicated to their relationship and the preparations for the royal wedding. "Royal Wedding of a Lifetime" will air in six one-hour episodes and will debut immediately after "William and Kate."
by RTT Staff Writer
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