Here’s The Deleted Scene Showing Prince Harry and William In Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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It looks like Star Wars fans might finally have the clip where Prince William and Prince Harry appeared in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

There were rumors last year that the two Royals actually filmed secret cameos in Lucasfilm's latest Star Wars sequel trilogy installment after visiting the set of The Last Jedi. During the film's premiere, fans got to learn that the Harry and William actually did manage to make an appearance in The Force Awakens sequel – the only problem was the scene was cut from the film reportedly because of their height.

Now that The Last Jedi's available on Digital HD, it seems like fans have the deleted cameo of the Royals in a clip online.

The video which is supposed to serve as an outtake in The Last Jedi's upcoming DVD release shows a scene where Finn supposedly run across Tom Hardy's storm trooper and in the background the two Royal brothers. It's easy to spot the two – the stormtroopers at the left side of the screen seem quite a bit taller compared to the others.


Check out the clip down here:

While it might seem a bit heartbreaking that Hardy and the Royals' Star Wars cameo was chucked out of the final cut of The Last Jedi, it makes sense that director Rian Johnson would forego the scene. Stormtroopers have a specific height requirement, and Prince Harry and Prince William would give themselves away. Hardy's little tidbit with Finn seems a bit too much too, slapping the stormtrooper-turned-Resistance-fighters butt and everything.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is currently available on Digital HD and will be made available on Blu-Ray and DVD on March 27.

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