A new documentary featuring Anne, The Princess Royal, will air in Australia to mark her 70th birthday.

The 90-minute documentary aired in the United Kingdom on 29 July 2020 on ITV at 9.00 pm

One of the hardest-working members of the Royal Family, the Princess Royal gave an interview ahead of her 70th birthday on Saturday, 15 August 2020.

Princess Anne discusses life, work and the reality of being ‘a goldfish in a bowl’ in this landmark royal documentary of the year.

The Princess Royal is rather frank about living in a family where women tended to be seen as ‘honorary men’, the challenges facing younger members of the Royal Family, that bloody kidnap attempt in 1974 and why she refused titles for her children, Peter and Zara.

Her husband, Sir Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence reveals Princess Anne’s private side whilst Peter Phillips and Zara Tindall, share fondly about being raised by a Royal Olympian.

Director Ian Denyer and interviewer, royal author Robert Hardman, follow this active Princess on her travels, visit her during the lockdown and learn that whatever the future brings, it won’t be restful.

As Princess Anne puts it: ‘Sitting still doesn’t happen very much.’

The documentary, Anne, The Princess Royal at 70, will air on SBS and SBSHD on Sunday, 16 August 2020, at 8.30 pm.

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