I’m sure everyone remembers the royal wedding, a stunning ceremony in which Prince William finally tied the knot with Kate Middleton, but in truth, Kate captured the hearts of an entire nation long before her marriage, her natural beauty and graceful manner perfectly embodying the ideal for whom England may one day call their Queen Consort.

So with the intense media buzz surrounding the royal family and the critical success of The King’s Speech, based on the relationship between King George VI and his speech therapist Lionel Logue, it is only a matter of time before we see a biopic of the newest addition to the family, thus marking this as the perfect time to delve into the debate of which actresses could possibly pull off such an important role.

Also, I feel I should mention something that should come as no surprise, I am completely avoiding the  attempts at American television films that have broached this subject before, namely William and Kate starring Camilla Luddington, and William and Catherine: A Royal Romance, starring Alice St. Clair.

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This article was first posted on February 14, 2013