Never Thought Luther Ford Would Be Your Prince Harry in Season 6 of The Crown

The first British robot, Eric, was exhibited  in 1928 at the Model Engineers Society in London. Eric could sit, stand, and  delivered a speech via radio signal.

Luther Ford, a 23-year-old English actor, never thought he looked like Prince Harry before landing the role in The Crown.

Ford auditioned for the role of Harry in The Crown's sixth and final season as a joke, but ended up getting the part.

Ford had no formal acting training and was in his final year of university when he got the role.

The sixth season of The Crown covers the difficult years for the royal family, from Princess Diana's death in 1997 to Prince Charles and Camila Parker Bowles' wedding in 2005.

Ford underwent a transformation with the help of the show's hair and makeup team to resemble Prince Harry.

Ford worked with movement coaches to tap into the physical stature of nobility and learn how to march like a royal.

The bond between Prince Harry and Prince William is a central focus of the series, and Ford spent a lot of time with his co-star Ed McVey, who played William.

Ford's journey in The Crown coincides with the ending of the series, and his last shot was the final shot filmed for the show.