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Duchess of Sussex, Meghan, gave her first interview as a royal.


The Duchess of Sussex gave up her career in television when she married Prince Harry. But that doesn’t mean she’s finished with it entirely.

 Meghan Markle is reportedly featured in the new documentary called Queen of the World.

This documentary will air on ITV in the UK, and it focuses on Her Majesty’s role in the Commonwealth. A source told The Royal UK that:-

“Queen Elizabeth is a unique figure on the world stage. She has 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 film is a rare opportunity to see Queen Elizabeth up close and behind the scenes in this role. This means so much to her and has been so significant for Britain and the Commonwealth”.

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These is more to this story.

Oxford films reportedly had privileged access to the royals for the project. In fact, the documentary will include imagery from Queen Elizabeth’s own private archive.

In addition to appearances by Princes Charles, William and Harry, Meghan will give an interview in Queen of the World. It will be her first since becoming a member of the royal family.

The film will also highlight the Duchess of Sussex’s wedding veil, a silk tulle design, which featured a bloom from all 53 Commonwealth countries. 

Meghan Markle has been working hard since her marriage.

Over the course of her first few months as a royal, Meghan has indicated her interest in causes related to the Commonwealth. And, this documentary in particular will explore how the Queen is passing down her duties to the younger royals.

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The Queen is the most well-travelled monarch in history. And it’s been fascinating to see how she has passed on her experience to the younger generations of her family. 

With the Duke and Duchess of Sussex about to embark on their first Commonwealth exactly sixty-five years after the Queen’s first Commonwealth, this series could not be more timely.