True Royalty has two new exclusive originals that are soon to be available on their streaming site. Their Royal Beat series is starting back up this month, and on 1 July, they are adding a new and exclusive documentary on the Duke of Cambridge.
The new Royal Beat will have a new host. Replacing Omid Scobie will be the English journalist and television presenter, Kate Thornton. The Royal Beat will continue to be free to view for all.
The streaming service airs the Royal Beat free “to satisfy the millions of fans of the British Royal Family across the US, to provide [an] informative and energetic discussion of just what the royals are up to at the moment.”
William: A Monarch in the Making will debut on 1 July with Sunday Times’s Royal Correspondent Roya Nikkhah hosting.
True Royalty has said about the programme: “In this exclusive True Royalty original documentary, we’ll follow the Sunday Times’s Royal Correspondent Roya Nikkhah as she explores William’s journey from baby prince to future King. During the film, Roya will travel to Ireland with Prince William and his wife, Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge, as they embark on one of their most important Royal Tours to date.”
Also new to True Royalty are two other documentaries: Kate Middleton Heir We Go Again and Diana: The People’s Princess. The former is exclusive to the United States.
The programme on the Duchess of Cambridge will focus on Kate’s journey from her childhood to becoming the mother of the future king. It was filmed in the run-up to Princess Charlotte’s 2015 birth. It discusses how the Duke and Duchess parent their children and how royal parenting has changed over the past 100 years.
The Diana documentary celebrates the life of the “People’s Princess” by looking at her childhood, family and upbringing. It features interviews with her nanny, former headmistress and friends.