Being the future Queen of England and everything, you would think that giving interviews would be just another part of the job for Kate Middleton, but that's not the case. While we're used to catching glimpses of the Duchess at her various public appearances, she hasn't given an interview since her engagement to Prince William in 2010—until now.
In celebration of Queen Elizabeth's 90th birthday, Middleton gave a rare interview for a 2-hour film set to air on the U.K.'s ITV this spring. Tentatively titled The Queen at 90, the film features commentary from Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Prince William, and, of course, Princess Kate.
"We've been fortunate to have the participation of so many members of the royal family to mark this historic milestone in the life of The Queen," Oxford Film and Television executive producer Nick Kent said in a statement. "It's a remarkable story of an extraordinary life which in so many ways reflects the changing face of the nation."
But that's not the only big news for the Duchess of Cambridge—as the Queen reduces her workload, she has passed on the title of patron of the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet club to her granddaughter-in-law, making Middleton the new patron of Wimbledon. A fitting title, considering the sporty mother-of-two never misses it.