The role of the Cambridges has been discussed in a new documentary on True Royalty TV. Prince William: A Monarch in the Making explores the future King of England’s journey as he prepares to be the second in line to the throne.
The documentary is presented by royal correspondent Royah Nikkhah who interviews those closest to the Duke of Cambridge.
Nick Bullen, co-founder and editor-in-chief of True Royalty TV told Fox News: “The joy of royalty and British royalty particularly is none of the royals see themselves as celebrities.
“They’re born into this job. Most celebrities crave fame.”
He added: “Most celebrities have worked to get that fame, whether it’s talent or, in the case of sometimes these reality stars, maybe lack of talent, but it’s there for the royals from day one.
“And it’s something you can never escape.”
Mr Bullen has been creating programs about the Royal Family for almost 20 years.
During his time as an executive producer, he has worked closely with the Duke’s father, Prince Charles, for eight years.
Mr Bullen highlighted how the royals are very different from Hollywood stars.
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“And you know, we’ve seen when royalty and celebrity come together – it can sometimes not work.”
The executive producer added how the Cambridges’ greatest secrets behind their lasting marriage is their aim to enjoy a normal life when the photographers are not capturing their every royal engagement.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met at the University of St. Andrews.
The royal couple married in April 2011 at Westminster Abbey.
Mr Bullen explained how Prince William was given the freedom to pick his future queen consort choosing the woman he loved.
He said: “There’s genuine love. I think Kate and William are genuinely in love and have a really great partnership.
“If you look at those photographs that we’ve got in the documentary of them in the early years in Anglesey, this very remote part of the UK, they were walking on the beach and laughing a lot. They are a young married couple.”
Mr Bullen continued: “The Queen was very clear in suggesting that they go to Anglesey because it reflected the life she had in the early years of her marriage with Prince Philip when they went to Malta.
“They were able to live as a normal husband and wife in Malta where Philip was doing his Naval duty.
“I think the queen has said they were some of the happiest years of her life.”