A documentary is to be shown by ITV early in September to celebrate Prince Harry’s 30th birthday.
Harry turns 30 on 15th September and the show aims to look at those three decades of the popular red-haired Prince, ‘from mischievous toddler to frontline soldier, from troubled teen, to becoming arguably the world’s most eligible bachelor’, says the press release.
The programme is to feature prominent Royal correspondents, people who have worked with Harry and journalists and photographers who have followed Harry’s journey over the years.This includes Robert Jobson, Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, and members of the Walking with the Wounded campaign which saw Harry reach the South Pole in 2013.
Singer Joss Stone, who is an ambassador for Harry’s charity Sentebale, has also been interviewed and describes Harry as ‘a free spirit’.
We are pleased to announce that Royal Central will also be part of this documentary!
With our editor Cindy living in the USA, I, as deputy editor, travelled to London to be interviewed for the show on behalf of Royal Central.
ITV has released a date for the programme, which is to air on 2nd September at 8pm, a prime-time TV slot.
We look forward to seeing the finished product and would love to hear your feedback after you have seen the show! More details from the press release can be found here.
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