A HIT Netflix show based on the lives of the Royal Family has once again come to Winchester to film.

College Street will be closed for two days of filming as The Crown continues shooting for its sixth series, using Winchester as its set for the second time in a month.

On Monday, February 13 morning production company Left Bank Pictures filmed a group of young men walking from Winchester College, with the venue previously being used as a substitute for Eton College.

Actor Ed McVey, who plays a young Prince William, was among the group sporting a red rugby top, a fellow actor was holding a blue, white striped old-fashioned shopping bag while high-fiving another.

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Extras also lined the pavements, ready to walk in the background of the shot. The sixth series is set to pick up from 1997 and therefore cover Prince William’s time at Eton.

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The Chronicle captured some of the film crew and extras on set before being told to put their phone away while filming was in progress, see below.

The street was previously used for The Crown back in September for scenes of Prince William’s first day at Eton, featuring stars Dominic West as Charles, his son Senan West as Prince William and Elizabeth Debicki as Diana.

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College Street is closed to vehicles from 8am to 6.30pm on February 13 and 14 while pedestrians are only being allowed to pass through in between filming.

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The road has been cleared of any vehicles, apart from a few older cars featured in the scenes. Meanwhile, white trucks were stationed along College Walk with the front vehicle having a sign labelled "The Crown" in its window.

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Businesses along the road have remained open as usual. Despite the drop in business, with customers telling staff they “had to fight security to get there” P & G Wells manager Steve Scholey said he’s “not against the filming at all”.

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Mr Scholey added: “I don’t think the filming is good or bad for business. They’ve used College Street before and unless you know this street very well you probably wouldn’t know this is going on.”

“When people know there is filming on they tend not to come along here. But the film crew is aware the impact it has on the business but it’s same as a stormy day, the shop always has ups and downs.”

“It’s good Winchester is being used and gets people into town. Today it’s mostly about the college but we might be in a passing shot.”

Gabriella Bernat, 23, from Poland was trying to get through the area when she was stopped by security while filming was in progress. She said: “I didn’t know it was for The Crown but I know the show is really popular. It’s really good Winchester is being included because it’s such a nice place. It’s quite cold having to wait here though I’d rather be getting on.”

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To watch the Chronicle’s Facebook Live on the filming (part two) and see what Wyekham Arms manager Jon Howard has to say on serving celebrities at the pub click the video below.