With the Royal Family of England offering much needed fodder for cinematic adaptations and documentaries, a new project is in the making which will chronicle the life of King Charles III. Titled King Charles, The Boy Who Walked Alone, the upcoming documentary is attached to Paramount+ and will release on May 2.
The release is just ahead of King Charles’ coronation on May 6.
King Charles succeeded his mother Queen Elizabeth II following the latter’s death in September 2022. The upcoming documentary will be 90 minutes long and will offer a peak into the life of the royal family member through featuring exclusive interviews of his close friends, staff and family members.
It will also feature his goddaughter India Hicks, former chef and squadron leader Graham Laurien, who flew the king more than 760 times. Johnny Stonborough, a former schoolmate of King Charles is alos expected to open up about how the royal was bullied.
The documentary is backed by See It Now Studios and Blink Films.
“We have never seen King Charles in such an intimate, personal, emotional way. This documentary will leave viewers with an all-new understanding of what influenced his life and how he got to be the person he is today. You will never look at him the same way again,” Susan Zirinsky of See It Now said.