TV royalty Ant and Dec are joining up with the real thing for a new documentary about the work of the Prince's Trust.
The Geordie duo will spend time with the Prince of Wales as the trust gears up to its 40th anniversary in 2016.
The result will be a 90-minute ITV special shown next year.
Ant and Dec are both ambassadors of the trust and say they are 'hugely excited' to be working with Prince Charles on the 'first project of this kind.'
We've worked with The Prince's Trust for years and know what an incredible job they do of supporting young people right across the UK. This is a unique opportunity for us to get under the skin of a great organisation and its founder, to pose the questions we've always wanted to ask and to see the achievements of the young people celebrated.
The trust, launched by HRH The Prince of Wales in 1976, works with people aged 13 to 30 struggling with school or unemployment.
We are delighted to be following The Prince's Trust over a year to celebrate this landmark occasion.
This special programme will see Ant and Dec spending time throughout the year with the Prince and seeing at close hand the work he does within the trust aimed at enhancing young people's lives up and down the country.
This promises to be a major event in the schedule and a real treat for our viewers.
Prince Charles is in the North East today. Here are a selection of pictures from his tour of Sunderland.Read the full story ›
His Royal Highness, Prince Charles is in Sunderland today to take part in his Step Up To Serve campaign and to visit Nissan UK’s plant.
The Prince of Wales is joined by boxing champion Amir Khan, who is a fellow panel member for a 'Dragon's Den' style funding pitch from the graduates of Step Up To Serve.
Step Up To Serve is a campaign launched by the Prince of Wales to encourage more young people to get involved with helping others.
Boxer Amir Khan is in Sunderland today to join Prince Charles seeing graduates take part in a 'Dragon's Den' style funding pitch.
His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales will also visit Nissan's Sunderland plant with the Mayor of Sunderland to learn about the production of electric cars at the plant.
His Royal Highness Prince Charles is in the North East as he pays a trip to Nissan's Sunderland plant.Read the full story ›
Usually we get around two royal visits a year. Today we had two in the same day.
Prince Charles was on Teesside but Prince William stole the show interacting with crowds and stopping for pictures in South Shields.
Jonny Blair reports.
The Duke of Cambridge speaks with children as he arrives at the Haven Point leisure centre in South Shields.
The Duke of Cambridge got his hands dirty as he helped to prepare a chicken curry during a visit to a centre for young homeless people.
Prince William was visiting Centrepoint's Sunderland base where he was hearing about the challenges faced by young people as they try to rebuild their lives.
During the visit he donned an apron and joined in with a cookery lesson.