Kate Middleton Gives First Solo TV Interview For Queen’s Birthday, Picks Up Obligations From The Monarch

Kate Middleton has given her first television interview since becoming a royal back in 2011, when she married Prince William.

The Duchess was joined by a number of elite members of the royal family, each being asked to give interviews for a film that is to be dedicated to Queen Elizabeth II as a tribute to the monarch on her upcoming 90th birthday.

The only other time Middleton was involved in an on-camera interview was back before her nuptials in November, 2010, which was the same day that she became engaged to Prince William.

After experiencing a number of years during which she fulfilled royal duties and has made countless appearances, Kate has also been brushing up on her public speaking skills, which will no doubt be effective in allowing the beautiful royal to give a seamless interview.

The Duchess of Cambridge will be joined in the film by her husband (Prince William), the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Prince of Wales, along with a number of other international royal figures.

E! Online relays the expectations of the royals within the film via the words of Jo Clinton-Davis, ITV’s controller of factual and the individual responsible for co-commissioning the film.

“It’s a remarkable story of an extraordinary life which in so many ways reflects the changing face of the nation. As she reaches her 90th birthday, this film aims to offer a fresh insight into our monarch’s life and work.”

The film is set to air this coming May, just following the April 11 milestone birthday of the Queen.