Watch a Sneak Peek of CNN's Documentary 'The Women Who Would Be Queen'

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Apr. 19 2011, Published 12:02 p.m. ET

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With less than two weeks until the hotly-anticipated royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton, the world's eyes are on the British Royals. In honor of the nuptials, CNN anchor and special correspondent Soledad O’Brien looks at the life of Kate, the woman who could someday become Queen of the England, in the special documentary The Women Who Would Be Queen.

Featured in the documentary is Jules Knight, a close friend of the couple from the time of the origins of their fairy-tale romance at St. Andrews University.

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Arthur Edwards, longtime royal photographer, who has chronicled the princes' entire lives during his 30-year career at England’s The Sun newspaper, also provided expert commentary.

Edwards has captured the princes’ childhoods, how they’ve coped with the tragic loss of their mother and their transition into manhood.

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The exclusive clip from the documentary below takes a look at Will and Kate's 2007 breakup.

Don't forget to watch The Women Who Would be Queen, this Sunday, April 24, at 8 p.m. on CNN.


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