The Royals You Never Knew Made Appearances In Movies And TV Shows
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Sarah, Duchess of York
Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, appeared on the season 4 finale of “Friends,” in which the main cast traveled to London for Ross's wedding. Ferguson’s daughters coaxed her into doing the cameo, in which she remarks that she finds Joey's hilarious Union Jack hat "dashing."
Prince Charles
Heir to the throne Prince Charles made his first television cameo appearance on a 40th anniversary episode of “Coronation Street” in 2000. He was a perfect gentleman to the cast, even taking flowers to an actress celebrating her 60th birthday on the day of his cameo.
Princess Beatrice
Princess Beatrice played a lady-in-waiting in the 2009 film “The Young Victoria,” opposite Emily Blunt who played Queen Victoria. The movie received good reviews from most everyone except Beatrice's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, who disliked the film for its inaccuracies.
Queen Elizabeth
Her Majesty took part in the opening ceremony for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. She joined James Bond (Daniel Craig) on a helicopter headed toward the ceremony, and in a bit of movie magic, the queen appeared to jump out and parachute into the stadium (but not really).
Princes william and harry
While visiting the set of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" in 2017, the royal pair were cast as Stormtroopers and participated in an epic lightsaber duel. Unfortunately, the scene was cut because the brothers were deemed too tall when compared to the other Stormtroopers.