A new fly-on-the-wall documentary is set to follow Prince William as he travels the country for his homelessness project in an intimate look at the senior royal
Prince William is set to appear in a new fly-on-the-wall documentary as he travels the country on his new homelessness project.
The programme is believed to give the public an intimate insight into William, 40, and his role within the Royal Family.
It has been reported the documentary is hoped to be a success when it airs in the summer and will potentially lead to further instalments.
The Prince of Wales’ passionate work as a senior royal is set to be highlighted in the ITV show.
“He’s keen to highlight his work, particularly on a homeless project which was a subject very close to his mother’s heart, and to connect with the public on a new level.
“He knows all too well how important it is that the monarchy develops a more modern relationship with the British people,” a source told william-star-landmark-reality-series/?utm_medium=browser_notifications&utm_source=pushly”The Sun.
The Mirror has contacted ITV and Prince William’s representatives for comment.
The Prince and Princess of Wales paid an emotional visit to a Welsh village to remember to the victims of the Aberfan disaster on Friday.
The disaster, one of the worst in British history, saw 116 children and 28 adults killed when a waste tip from a mine slid down a mountain into the town of Aberfan in 1966.
William and Kate were given a guide of the Aberfan Memorial Garden by the disaster’s survivor David Davies, a former pupil at