Monday, April 4, 2011

"Women Who Would Be Queen" Part of CNN's Royal Wedding Coverage

Soledad O'Brien has been most recently reporting from the multiple disasters in Japan and seen on her documentary on the controversies concerning Muslims in America.

On a much lighter side of the news for the CNN journalist will be her anchoring a documentary on Catherine Middleton as part of the networks Royal Wedding coverage.

She is working in England on "Women Who Would Be Queen" which is scheduled to air on April 24 at 8 p.m., 11 p.m. and 2 a.m. on CNN/U.S. and will debut on CNN International on Saturday, April 23 at 8 p.m. ET.

The documentary is a look at the life of Catherine Middleton, the woman who may some day become Queen of the United Kingdom.

Featured in the documentary are Jules Knight, close friend of the couple from the origins of their fairytale romance during their university days at St. Andrews, and Arthur Edwards, longtime royal photographer.

Edwards has chronicled the princes' entire lives during his 30-year career at England’s The Sun newspaper. He has captured the princes’ childhoods, how they’ve coped with the tragic loss of their mother, and their transition into manhood.

Prince William and Kate Middleton Bone China Wedding MugCNN will globally televise the biggest royal wedding event since Charles married Diana – from the ceremonial to the personal, from what is happening at Westminster Abbey to the reactions of those around the world.

On the day of the wedding, Friday, April 29, beginning at 4 a.m. ET. CNN will live stream various angles of the day’s events on CNN.com, including views from inside the Abbey as well as the parade, via the CNN Apps for iPhone and iPod touch, iPad and Android tablet.

Leading up to the big day, Piers Morgan and Anderson Cooper will anchor their nightly programs from London.
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