Prince William And Prince Harry Are In 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi', And Here's How To Spot Them

Let's play 'Spot The Princes'.

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Prince William And Prince Harry Are In 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi', And Here's How To Spot Them
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Long live the Supreme Leader future king of England!

Over the years, we've seen tonnes of delightable cameos in some of our favourite movies, but we believe none would be as awesome as this one.

The most anticipated movie of the year, 'Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi', reportedly features appearances by Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry!

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the royal brothers -- who are big fans of the movie franchise -- visited the film set back in April last year, where they were rumoured to have shot the scene.

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So, how do you spot 'em royals? You have to pay close attention.

The website revealed that they will appear alongside actor John Boyega, who plays Finn in the movie, in an elevator scene. The two prince Stormtroopers, and two other Stormies (we'll get to them later), can be seen guarding Finn in the scene.

This could be Prince William.And that's not the end of the surprise: the other two Stormtroopers in the frame with the princes?

They are played by none other than Tom Hardy (who played Bane in 'The Dark Knight Rises') and former Take That singer Gary Barlow.

Hardy was reportedly seen hanging around the set in Pinewood Studios in London the same time as Prince William and Prince Harry, and Barlow said in an interview that he shot a scene back in March 2016. 

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We don't know about you, but we think this could arguably be the awesomest line-up of cameo appearances in any movie - period! 

This is not the first time a celebrity made a low-key appearance in a 'Star Wars' movie.

Mr. James Bond himself, Daniel Craig, reportedly also cameoed as a Stormtrooper in the last 'Star Wars' movie, 'The Force Awakens':

Lucasfilm, please cast the Rojak Daily team in the next 'Star Wars' film, please please pleaseeeee?!

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