The sixth season of the Netflix series The Crown is presently in production, and Ed McVey and Meg Bellamy, who will play Prince William and Kate Middleton in the new season, have been seen filming scenes close to St. Andrews.
In Scotland, close to the University of St. Andrews, where the future Prince and Princess of Wales first met and fell in love as college students, filming for the show's sixth and final season got underway.
The two characters initially cross paths while running, and in a photo that has gone viral online, McVey's William can be seen sneaking a glimpse at Bellamy's Kate.
The sequence, which was filmed close to St. Andrews, is thought to capture the very moment the future Royal and Princess of Wales met when they were still students.
Neither Prince William, 40, nor Princess Kate, 41, have revealed when they first met.
Kate stated during their 2010 ITV engagement interview that it took them some time to get to know one another.
"I think you said I actually went bright red when I met you and sort of scuttled off," she told William at the time. "[I was] feeling very shy about meeting you," People magazine reported.
Season six of The Crown is anticipated to focus on the matters and affairs of the royal family in the late 1990s and early 2000s, including the start of Prince William and Kate's romance.
The sixth and final season of the Emmy-winning series is anticipated to air later this year. It debuted back in November 2016.