Kate Middleton in ‘secret talks with TV boss’ a year after Meghan’s Netflix deal
Kate Middleton has reportedly held private talks with a big-name television producer regarding a potential TV documentary.
According to insiders, the Duchess of Cambridge could follow her husband, Prince William's, example, whose environmental series with Sir David Attenborough began on BBC1 earlier this week.
The telephone meeting was held on Tuesday with David Glover, who commissioned the hit Channel 4 show Gogglebox, the Daily Mail reports.
The documentary would be about the subject of early childhood development, which is of great interest to the future queen.
It could potentially have the feel of the BBC’s genealogy series ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ in which celebrities look back on their family trees.
Earlier this week Kate revealed that she had been looking back at four generations of her family’s history, as part of her work into early childhood development.
During a trip to University College London (UCL) she met academics from the Children Of The 2020s project, which will track the lives of babies born in 2021 over a five year period and study the reasons behind early school success.
The Daily Mail source claimed: “Catherine is very interested in a programme. She thinks it could be a really significant way to explore an important subject.
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“She’s been very impressed with William’s efforts and knows how much he enjoyed making his Earthshot series.”
The Daily Star has contacted Buckingham Palace for comment.
This news comes just over a year after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle signed a huge Netflix deal worth an estimated £73 million.
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