Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge has been involved in early childhood development studies for more than 10 years, she has previously spoken about her aims in the field. In June, Kate took her passion to the next level by announcing The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. The Centre was 10 years in the making, as Kate had spent years learning about and researching how some of society’s toughest challenges, including addiction, homelessness, and poor mental health, can span back to a person’s early life. The Duchess said in a statement that her aim was to: “change the way we think about early childhood, and transform lives for generations to come.”
NBC royal commentator Neil Sean claimed the Duchess may now be taking a step forward with her charity commitment to produce an “inspiring” documentary on the work she supports.
He said: “Catherine has had various meetings with various TV producers.
“This all stemmed from the success of Prince Williams documentary for his Earthshot Prize, all about climate change.
“Now, Catherine’s is completely different. She wants to make something all about early childhood development.”
Kate may have taken inspiration from William’s TV debut
He added: “What Catherine believes, and I agree, if you come from a very loving, nurturing background, then you have the opportunity to develop.
“If you don’t come from that background, of course, what sort of things are in place to help you develop as an individual?
“That is what Catherine is trying to look at. As we know, she is already associated with various charities.
“She wants to put this in some kind of TV documentary that’s inspiring, and letting people know why she’s associated with them and what she wants to get from them.
“Certain newspapers over here have said that she’s done a mega-deal with Netflix, and wants to go to the streaming giant”.
The Sun reported earlier this week that Kate “had a meeting with a high-powered executive from production company 72 Films earlier this week”.
It has also been suggested that Prince William’s recent TV work has inspired the Duchess.
Kate could be the next royal to sign a TV deal
His series, The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet started on BBC One on October 3.
Alongside Sir David Attenborough, Prince William explored simple, ambitious ideas to repair our planet – solutions offering hope for nature and humanity.
The first Earthshot Prize awards ceremony will take place on October 17, 2021, at the iconic Alexandra Palace in London.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK