The highly anticipated documentary on Queen Elizabeth II titled “Our Queen at Ninety” will air on Sunday, March 27 at 8 p.m. The transmission date of documentary to mark the 90th birthday of the British monarch was confirmed by ITV. The two-hour long film has been presented by British duo Ant & Dec.

“Our Queen at Ninety” has been produced by Oxford Film and Television. They were granted close access to the work of the 89-year-old royal and other key royals across the U.K. and overseas during the last year. It will have interviews from many key figures in her life, including her son Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall and also Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge.

Kate gave her first ever interview as a royal in six years since her engagement with William. The last time she appeared for an interview with her husband was in 2010 to announce their engagement. In addition, leading national and international figures will feature as well as material from the most comprehensive international film archives will be shown in the two-hour long program.

Nick Kent, executive producer said that they were fortunate to have many members of the royal family participate in the TV special. “It’s a remarkable story of an extraordinary life, which in so many ways reflects the changing face of the nation,” he added. The documentary will be hosted by famous British comedian duo Ant and Dec.

Elizabeth will celebrate her 90th birthday this year. While her actual birthday is on April 21, her official birthday will be celebrated with fanfare all over the country in June. Several programs have been lined up to commemorate the queen’s milestone birthday.

Ant and Dec will host Elizabeth’s official birthday celebration which will be broadcast live on ITV in May. This National Celebratory Event will witness all the members of the royal family attending each night from May 12-15. The queen will attend the final show broadcast live on ITV and will be hosted by Royal Windsor Horse Show in the private grounds of Windsor Castle.