And we cannot wait!
Before becoming an official member of the royal family, Meghan Markle was of course a Hollywood actress, with her former career giving her invaluable preparation for becoming the Duchess of Sussex.
Confidence, stage presence, speech giving experience and an ability to handle fame and the pressures that come along with it - these are skills that other now royals, including Kate Middleton, had to learn on the job.
It became clear how seamlessly 37-year-old Meghan would slot into the royal family when she took part in her engagement interview with Prince Harry on the BBC last year. And ever since, royal fans and followers have been hoping for the Duchess to return to the interview seat.
Well, it looks like we're finally in luck, with Meghan taking part in her first interview since the royal wedding.
And what's the documentary set to be about? The Queen and her relationship with the Commonwealth.
'The Queen is the most well-travelled monarch in history and it’s been fascinating to see how she has passed on her experience to the younger generations of the royal family,' explained executive producer Nicholas Kent, hinting that Meghan will be opening up about her relationship with the monarch.
'This film is a rare opportunity to see Her Majesty up close and behind the scenes in this role, which means so much to her and has been so significant for Britain and the Commonwealth,' added ITV's Jo Clinton-Davis.
Let's hope here's lots of fun footage of the newlyweds too!
Queen of the World is set to air next month, and we officially cannot wait.
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