Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s small screen counterparts have been revealed!
The engaged couple’s whirlwind love story is officially getting the Hollywood treatment with a Lifetime movie, set to air this spring. Harry & Meghan: The Royal Love Story will start with the couple’s first date, which was set up by a mutual friend, and continue through their engagement.
Playing the title roles are Parisa Fitz-Henley, who is best known for her role in Marvel’s Jessica Jones on Netflix, and Murray Fraser, who starred on the British mini-series The Loch. He also appeared on another royal series: Victoria.
With her dark locks, sparkling brown eyes and Audrey-approved brows, Fitz-Henley, 41, definitely resembles Meghan, while Fraser (although British-born and boasting a beard!) doesn’t look much like his royal red-headed counterpart.
Like Meghan, Fitz-Henley has opened up about her experience as a bi-racial actress in Hollywood.
“My mother is white, my father is black. Growing up, I never saw interracial relationships,” she told the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder in September. “I didn’t even get to see my own parents together (they divorced when she was very young), so I was always super-excited when I saw an interracial family anywhere. So to be on a show (NBC’s Midnight, Texas) where interracial relationships are the norm, is incredible to me.”
Before Harry and Meghan, William and Kate were also the focus of not one, but two TV movies. Both were released around the time of the couple’s wedding and depicted their relationship, which started when they were both students at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. The first aired on Lifetime, and the other on Hallmark — a channel that Meghan worked with multiple times throughout her acting career.
Just as William and Kate’s own Lifetime movie was released just before their April 2011 wedding, we can likely expect Harry and Meghan’s story to hit the small screen ahead of their May 19 nuptials.
This article originally appeared on PEOPLE