British commercial broadcaster ITV has commissioned London-based firm Spun Gold TV to produce a one-off documentary on the Duchess of Cornwall for this spring.
The Real Camilla: HRH The Duchess of Cornwall is the first full-profile 60-minute doc with unprecedented access to the Duchess.
Directed by Jane Treays, the ITV special includes candid interviews with The Duchess and Charles, Prince of Wales, as well as moments with family, friends and her Jack Russell terriers.
The project was filmed throughout the Duchess’s 70th year, and features scenes in Clarence House, as well as Camilla at work in Italy and in the UK.
The Real Camilla is executive produced by Juliet Rice and Nick Bullen, and producer is Charles Clay. The documentary will be distributed by All3Media International.
“This documentary shares unique moments with family, friends – and dogs! – at home and during her work schedule in the UK and abroad,” said Rice in a statement. “As a result, viewers will see the private side of Camilla they’ve never seen before.”
Spun Gold has also produced The Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebration, When Ant & Dec Met the Prince and Prince Phillip at 90.