Up next on True Royalty is a new original programme, “Harry and Meghan: The Baby Years.”
As the title suggests, this exclusive show, hosted by The Sunday Times’ royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah, will focus on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their life now with their new bundle of joy, their son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
Nick Bullen, co-founder and editor-in-chief of True Royalty TV, said about Nikkhah, “Roya has followed Harry around the globe in her official royal role and knows him better than many other journalists. Roya was introduced to Meghan by Harry following their
engagement and understands the challenges that they face now that baby makes three. In this special, Roya reveals what she has learned about their relationship whilst observing them both in public and in private, and what kind of modern royal parents they
are likely to be.”
True Royalty also explained, “‘Meghan and Harry: The Baby Years’ also features interviews with Royal journalists who have covered the Royal family for years, and parenting experts, including Emma Kendell (Mother and Baby Magazine), Emily Nash (Hello), Penny Junor, Ingrid Seward (Majesty Magazine), Emma Kendell (Mother and Baby Magazine). Roya also talks with Royal historian Kate Williams, ex-Royal Chef and resident at Frogmore Cottage Darren McGrady, members of the American Women of Surrey and Coworth Park Polo professionals, and American ex-pat, mom and influencer Juliet Angus (Ladies of London).”
This programme will discuss how Meghan’s American upbringing will impact how Archie is raised. How will she balance raising Archie in both the American and British cultures? How will she keep those cultural ties to the US?
The documentary is live on True Royalty from Wednesday, 12 June. Be sure to check it out!
True Royalty also has a weekly programme, just launched last week, called “What To Watch on TR TV” that will give viewers like you the rundown on what’s new and what you should watch! You can read last week’s here.
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