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Why Kate Middleton has a much smaller role than Meghan Markle in the Queen’s documentary?


This documentary, in particular, will include some behind-the-scenes moments. And, it will include the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as well.

 The Queen will be the focus of a new two-part documentary.

The ITV film entitled Queen of the World will focus on Her Majesty’s role on a global stage. Also the responsibilities she will hand down to the younger royal family members as they continue to build the Commonwealth connection.

Celebrating the importance of the Commonwealth to the Queen, the series will touch on Meghan’s wedding veil, which was embroidered with a signature flower from every commonwealth country.

Although, the roles are strictly made.

Meghan Markle will give her first interview as a royal. In a highly-anticipated moment, the new royal bride will see her wedding dress and veil for the first time since her ceremony.

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Meanwhile, according to some reports, Kate Middleton will have no interview or real big moment on camera. Wondering why? Well, it’s not that the Queen didn’t want Kate there.

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate was on maternity leave and due any day during the April filming. An insider told The Royal UK that:-

“Kate was largely out of action during the main filming. Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting was a focal point, and she was due to give birth any minute then”.

“If you can recall, the Duchess of Sussex, the Duke of Sussex and the the Duke of Cambridge, all attended events at that time in mid-April. Kate, meanwhile, would give birth to Prince Louis on April 23”.

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ITV’s Controller of Factual Jo Clinton-Davis announced:-

“Her Majesty is a unique figure on the world stage, with a huge depth of experience having met more global leaders than any previous British monarch. And she has served longer than all of them”.

“This documentary is a rare opportunity to see her up close and behind the scenes in this role. This also means so much to her has been so significant for Britain and the Commonwealth”.