Duchess of Cambridge rumoured to be working with BBC on TV project

Kate Middleton. (Getty Images)
Kate Middleton. (Getty Images)

Cape Town - The Duchess of Cambridge could reportedly be working on a television project.

According to Harpers Bazaar Kate had a meeting with the BBC last week.

The Daily Mail's royal correspondent Richard Eden said: "Kate held private talks with BBC director-general Tony Hall at Broadcasting House in London on Thursday."

According to Kensington Palace, the Duchess met the director-general in her capacity as patron of The Royal Foundation, meaning that any project would be for charity.

In June, Kate made a surprise appearance on the popular kids' show Blue Peter to launch a competition that encourages children and their families to get in touch with nature.

READ MORE: The Duchess of Cambridge makes a surprise appearance on a popular kids' show

Kate isn't the only royal getting into the TV business.

Prince Harry is teaming up with Oprah Winfrey to launch a new mental health TV series on AppleTV+.

The documentary series will focus on the stories of people who have battled with mental health.

READ MORE: All you need to know about Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey's documentary series

Compiled by Leandra Engelbrecht (Sources: Harpers Bazaar, Daily Mail, Channel24)

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