Prince Charles of Wales will be celebrating his 70th birthday on November 14, and in honor of the special occasion, a BBC documentary team has been given access to him. Filmmaker John Bridcut is in charge of the project, and has been working with the heir to the throne for the past 12 months on this, both at work and in private, according to Irish News.
Along with Charles, Bridcut has also been given access to Charles' wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and his two sons, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, who have all been interviewed for the documentary. The resulting 60-minute piece is being described by the BBC as an "intimate documentary offering a unique insight into the future king."
Bridcut has worked with the prince on numerous occasions before, including on The Passionate Prince in 2008 and The Prince and the Composer in 2011. The documentary filmmaker has also had the privilege of working with Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, on two film portraits: Queen Elizabeth At 90 in 2016 and A Jubilee Tribute in 2012, both of which were created by Bridcut for the BBC.
The documentary will air next month, around Charles' birthday.