On Father's day - Sunday June 19 - it's all about what it will take for Prince William to become a father.
TLC will air a one-hour special titled William & Kate: Royal Baby Watch? The special will feature details on the royal couple's new life after their wedding.
TLC plans to dive deep into the family history.
The marriage between Will and Kate has to work. If the monarchy has another series of marital problems, scandals, adultery, that's a disaster for the monarchy and I don't think the Queen can cope with it, Robert Jobson, author of William & Kate: The Love Story is seen saying in the preview.
The special will also go into the burning question on everyone's mind: When will Kate get pregnant?
To be honest, her job is to have a baby, and the clamoring won't stop until she produces an heir, Paul Burrell, Princess Diana's butler, said.
Prince William and Kate Middleton, now the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, were married on April 29th at Westminster Abbey. The event was watched by billions of people around the world.
Ever since, the media has been following the couple's every move. Kate Middleton has been the center of attention as everything she does and everything she wears is heavily scrutinized by the press.
Even Kate's family has been in the spotlight. First there was a scandal involving nude pictures and Kate's brother, James. Then topless photos of Kate's sister Pippa surfaced on the Internet. Ever since the Royal Wedding, when Pippa wore a figure-flattering silk, white, Alexander McQueen dress the media has been following her as well.
Pippa's life, especially her romantic personal life, is constantly talked about. It is reported that she recently split with her boyfriend of a year, and date to the Royal Wedding, Alex Loudon. Some claim that she is dating her former roommate George Percy.
The television special will dig deep into what happens now that their honeymoon is over and the real work of being a prince and princess begins.
The problem poor old Kate Middleton is facing is that she's marrying in to the most dysfunctional family in the world, comedian Paul Ross says in the trailer.
TLC will broadcast William & Kate: Royal Baby Watch? on Sunday June 19 at 9 p.m./8c.
Watch the trailer below: