We're currently loving spending Sunday nights all cosy watching Blue Planet II, the most watched British show of 2017.
Now our fave national treasure, Sir David Attenborough is teaming up with another famous nonagenarian, Her Majesty the Queen, for a documentary.
Her Majesty The Queen and Sir David Attenborough are to appear together in a documentary to be screened in 2018. pic.twitter.com/2bB9Nrlce7— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) 9 November 2017
Announcing the news via Twitter, it's been revealed that the pair will be discussing the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC) which is an initiative to create a global network of protected forests.
Involving all 52 countries of the Commonwealth, the QCC will hopefully help to preserve and protect indigenous forests, and raise awareness for the environmental challenges they face.
The ITN Productions documentary follows the progress of The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC) - an initiative to create a global network of protected forests.— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) 9 November 2017
With the Commonwealth spread across the globe, from Canada to Singapore, the project is also being promoted as a living legacy for the Queen who turned 91 in April.
It's been reported that the documentary will be screened sometime in 2018, until then Blue Planet II will have to satiate fans.