ITV has commissioned a one-off documentary from UK indie Spun Gold TV featuring exclusive access to the Duchess of Cornwall to mark her 75th birthday.
The 60-minute doc Camilla’s Country Life (w/t) will follow the duchess as she plans and oversees a special edition of Country Life during the magazine’s 125th anniversary year, in addition to performing her standard royal duties.
The film showcases the duchess’ love for the British countryside and the people and places that shaped her. Putting the issue together, she invited guest writers to discover her passions, reveal her personal countryside champions and meet the people who run the charities and advocate for causes she cares about.
Camilla’s Country Life is a Spun Gold TV production for ITV. It is directed by Michael Waldman (Inside the Foreign Office), produced by Ross Curran, and executive produced by Nick Bullen. The doc was commissioned for ITV by Jo Clinton-Davis. All3Media International has worldwide distribution rights.
The project joins Spun Gold’s recent royal content, including The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration for ITV, The Prince’s Master Crafters: The Next Generation for Sky Arts, Ancient Secrets of Althorp: Charles Spencer for Channel 4 and Diana’s Decades, also for ITV.
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