Growing Up Poor: Britain’s Breadline Kids
Three articulate and engaging kids tell their own stories and wryly observe the impact poverty and homelessness is having on their families, including their parents’ mental health.
With all the details on their royal duties, family occasions, and the growing baby bump, this high profile one hour will focus on Harry and Meghan’s first year of wedded bliss. Offering an exclusive insight into their baby preparations, including interviews with royal insiders, close friends and advisors.
Harry and Meghan are having a baby and it’s due in April, a year after their star-studded, fairy-tale wedding was watched by an estimated 1.9 billion around the world.
The newlyweds’ first year as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has been a whirlwind of activity, and the cameras have followed every moment.
From international tours around the commonwealth, to a high-profile charity cookbook, to revisiting St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, this time as guests at another royal wedding, the couple have barely left the spotlight.
How has Meghan adjusted to her role as one of the most famous women in the world? What does it mean to be a new member of the royal family, with their centuries of tradition and ceremony? And what changes will pregnancy and a new baby bring? Meghan’s life has already changed dramatically – from what she wears, how she acts, and what she says.
Harry & Meghan: Baby Fever, will feature interviews with royal insiders, the couple’s close friends and advisors, fashion and show business experts and will offer exclusive insight into Harry and Meghan’s baby preparations, home life, and their work as global royal ambassadors.
ITN Productions film for Lifetime/A&E Network, RTL Netherlands and Nine Network Australia
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