Meghan Markle is back on TV! The former actress was recently filmed for a very special ITV documentary about Her Majesty, titled Queen of the World. This marks the eloquent duchess's first interview as a royal, in which she discusses the monarch's influence on a global scale. Fans will be delighted to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex working on Commonwealth projects.
According to Oxford Films, the September release looks into how the Queen is passing her global responsibilities on to the next generation. This year, Prince Harry was named Commonwealth Youth Ambassador, a role that he's taken on with great passion and excitement.
"In my new role, I will work to support the Queen, my father the Prince of Wales, and my brother William, all of whom know that young people are the answer to the challenges of today," he said when his new role was revealed. "I am also incredibly grateful that the woman I am about to marry, Meghan, will be joining me in this work, of which she too is hugely excited to take part in."
Harry and Meghan eagerly kicked off their work with young people at the Commonwealth Youth Forum back in April, something that is sure to come up in the documentary as the couple prepares for their first overseas tour. Nicolas Kent, the documentary's executive producer, said: "With the Duke and Duchess of Sussex about to embark on their first Commonwealth Tour to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific exactly sixty-five years after the Queen’s first Commonwealth Tour, this series could not be more timely."
The company is also responsible for the documentaries Our Queen and The Queen's Green Planet, both of which saw various members of the royal family participate in shedding light on their beloved matriarch. Queen of the World will also feature the who's who of royal relatives on camera, including her grandson Prince William, children Prince Charles and Prince Anne, and daughter-in-law Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
On a more fashionable note, Meghan is also expected to discuss her wedding veil, which featured hand-embroidered flowers from all 53 Commonwealth countries of today and will be on display in Windsor and Edinburgh this year and next. In the early days of the Commonwealth, when the Queen started her work at its head, her coronation gown featured embroideries from just eight countries.