The documentary will hit television screens in late September, shortly before Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga. Check out the trailer below and look for the documentary to premiere on October 1 at 8 PM ET on HBO. "It'll keep us busy".
ITV's Jo Clinton-Davis said: "This film is a rare opportunity to see Her Majesty up close and behind the scenes in this role, which means so much to her and has been so significant for Britain and the Commonwealth".
Of course, Meghan is making reference to the responsibilities her new position in the royal family would hold, particularly as a Commonwealth Youth Ambassador, as all 53 countries in the Commonwealth were represented in Meghan's veil.
Her brief appearance in the clip has already begun circulating on Instagram fan accounts, with the Duchess' admirers around the world desperate to see more. But according to writer Lady Colin Campbell, a confidant of Princess Diana, Markle has let slip a few of her political stances and moral beliefs in front of Prince Harry's friends, who just want to talk about their love of shooting without getting an earful about animal cruelty.
After a short moment he is joined by wife Meghan and mother-in-law Doria as they jump into a auto and are driven away from the event with Harry's snacks in tow!
The programme was filmed over more than a year, with special access to The Queen, her family, her staff and her homes.
Speaking to the new recruits he says: 'Have you bumped into the Queen yet? That being said, he went on a hunting trip in Germany earlier that same month, reportedly killing 15 wild boars.
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