Spun Gold doc will be the first with full access to the future Princess Consort.
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, is to be the subject of an ITV documentary from renowned filmmaker Jane Treays.
The Real Camilla: HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, produced by Spun Gold TV, will be the first documentary with full access to the future Princess Consort.
Treays, who was also responsible for directing ITN Productions’ The Queen’s Green Planet which aired to 5.2m on ITV this week, shot the film throughout Camilla’s 70th year.
Due to air this spring, her latest effort will include scenes of decorating the Christmas Tree in Clarence House and welcoming pensioners for tea, taking rainy walks in Scotland with her pet Jack Russell terriers and dancing to Elvis songs with the Prince of Wales.
The film will also show Camilla working with some of the charities she supports.
It is the latest royal show produced by Spun Gold, which also produced recent Channel 4 seven-parter The Royal House of Windsor and ITV’s When Phillip met Prince Philip as well as coverage of The Queen’s 90th Birthday in 2016.
The Real Camilla will be exec produced by Juliet Rice and Nick Bullen.
Controller of factual Jo Clinton-Davis ordered the show, which will be distributed by All3Media International.
Clinton-Davis said: “With candid interviews with The Duchess and HRH The Prince of Wales, family, friends and the people who know her best, The Real Camilla provides a unique insight into the life, relationships and work of The Duchess of Cornwall.”
Executive producer Rice added: “Viewers will see the private side of Camilla they’ve never seen before.”