Britain's Duchess of Cambridge's TV interview

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge has been interviewed for a film dedicated to Queen Elizabeth II, in her first solo television interview since she got engaged.

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge's TV interview

Britain's Duchess of Cambridge has given her first solo television interview.

The 34-year-old royal was asked along with a group of Queen Elizabeth's closest family members to give interviews for a film dedicated to the monarch's life, in honor of her upcoming 90th birthday on April 21.

Catherine hasn't spoken to camera since November 2010, when it was annoucned she was engaged to Prince William, and the heir apparent was by her side at the time.

However, in this segment, the brunette beauty is questioned by television broadcaster and Political Editor for ITV, Tom Bradby, in a tribute to her grandmother-in-law.

Jo Clinton-Davis, ITV's controller of factual, who co-commissioned the film, said: "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 be broadcast in May as part of the Queen's ongoing birthday celebrations.

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