True Royalty Hails Baby

(Photo: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex — and new parents — Harry and Meghan. Source: True Royalty TV)

All abuzz about the birth of Britain’s royal baby? We’ve got a streaming service you might love: True Royalty TV.

“True Royalty TV will be documenting the development of Harry and Meghan’s first-born son and his life with his royal cousins and family members in the months and years ahead, providing the real stories and perspectives behind the world’s most famous family,” stated Nick Bullen, co-founder/editor-in-chief of the year-old subscription streamer.

For now, though, the non-fiction service suggests a number of baby-themed documentaries from its library of all things royal. They include:

♕ William, Kate and the Royal Baby – Remember how excited you were five years ago by the birth of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s royal baby? Relive the experience with this documentary.   

♕ Royal Babies –  How royal babies have been brought up in the past and how the royal family’s approach to parenthood has changed with the times.

♕ Secrets of the Royal Nursery – “What exactly is life like for the littlest royals? Where are the titled toddlers born, what do they wear, how will the nursery be decorated, and, most importantly, does anyone dare mess with the nanny?” 

And what does the new royal have to look forward to in the years ahead? You can check out:

♕ Royal Teenagers – “A look back at what royal teenage lives were like in the past compared to what they are now… explores the psychological impact that being in the eye of the press has on teenage royals… how do they go on a first date? How do they rebel?”

For a look at other royal-themed documentaries available on True Royalty TV, visit play.trueroyalty.tv.

True Royalty TV is available online, or via Android, iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV and Chromecast. It costs $5.99 monthly after a seven-day free trial.

For more, visit TrueRoyalty.tv.

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Les Luchter is a former managing editor of Multichannel News, editor-in-chief of Cable Marketing, and news editor of Broadcast Week.

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