What are we running after in the mundane reality of everyday life? If we ask ourselves, the answer would be recognition, self-identity. Do we ever ask ourselves what are we necessarily contributing to our society? To be honest, we hardly think about it. On the contrary, if we look at Prince William, who happens to be the second monarch in line with the royal dynasty, he has been picked up as the subject of a new documentary on True Royalty TV under the name “Prince William: A Monarch in the Making.” The motion picture intends to explore the 38-year-old’s journey on his way to become the future King of England brought onto the screen by leading royal correspondent Royah Nikkah and features interviews with those close to the personality.
The true sense of royalty
Nick Bullen, who happens to be the co-founder and editor-in-chief of the global channel, addressed the British royalty while speaking to Fox News and said, “The joy of royalty and British royalty particularly is [that] none of the royals sees themselves as celebrities. They’re born into this job.”
It has been 20 years that the executive producer has drawn inspiration from the imperial brood to base his programs on and has even worked closely with William’s father, Prince Charles for a long time. Meanwhile, Bullen spoke about the royal privilege differentiating it from Hollywood fame and acknowledged that royals are global celebrities by birth.
With utmost devotion
That’s a generalized perception. What about those who don’t work to earn fame? Well, unlike other celebs, William and his wife, Kate simply dedicate their works towards the community and not for the sake of popularity. According to Bullen, the couple’s believes in the maxim, “duty comes first.”
He further explained their motive saying, “I think they choose not to consider the celebrity world because they literally don’t see themselves as part of it. They haven’t sought fame… They’ve got a duty and they do the best that they can with their duty.”
He also shared that one of the secrets behind the duo’s promising marriage is their quest for simple living.