Prince William to star in ‘fly-on-the-wall’ TV show to ‘connect with audiences’

Prince William may be working with ITV on a new documentary (Picture: Chris Jackson/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Prince William is said to be the star of a new documentary.

Cameras will be allowed to follow the royal as he launches a new initiative and attends engagements across the UK to promote it.

William will allegedly grant the access to highlight his work fighting homelessness – an important cause for William who has sponsored the homeless youth charity Centrepoint since 2005.

The fly-on-the-wall show which is said to be an ITV production should also give us a new look at the heir to the throne.

“It will give audiences their most intimate and heartfelt insight into Wills and his family,” claims The Sun, which broke the news.

Could that mean cameos from his wife Kate Middleton? The Prince and Princess of Wales also have three children – Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven and Prince Louis, five.

Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis

The documentary will offer insight into Will and his family (Picture: PA)

ITV hopes it could be a ratings winner and could lead to further installments with the 40-year-old at the helm.

A TV source told the publication: “It’s quite extraordinary – it’s never been done before.”

“In general, access to senior royals is very limited and completely controlled, but William clearly wants to change that.”

They added that he wanted to shine a light on the homeless cause that is “close to his mother’s heart and connect with the public on a new level.”

It could be part of a “more modern relationship” between the monarchy and the British public.

Of course, he’s not the first royal to allow TV access.

Her brother Prince Harry filmed a Netflix docuseries, Harry & Meghan, alongside his wife Meghan Markle, which documented their departure from the UK royal family to live in California. has contacted Buckingham Palace and ITV for comment.

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