“I can reveal that Prince William and Catherine (Kate Middleton, editor) have appointed the producer of BBC drama Call the Midwife as director of their royal foundation,” Richard Eden wrote in the Daily Mail. He talks about British producer Pippa Harris. A royal source told the newspaper: “This is a major appointment.” “Pippa knows everyone and is an expert at getting things done.”
Harris, along with director Sam Mendes (58), founded the production company Neal Street Productions. The two created the BBC series Call the Midwife, and have also produced several major Hollywood films such as Revolutionary Road, starring Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio, and the war drama 1917, for which they received two BAFTA Awards in 2019. Globe. Pippa is also the president of BAFTA, the organization that supports the British film and television industry and of which Prince William is a royal patron.
The Royal Foundation is a charity that develops initiatives based on William and Kate’s interests. For example, the foundation focuses on the environment, mental health and well-being of young children.
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