Prince William and Kate Middleton could be doing their own sit-down interview and tell everything the public needs to know about their royal life.

According to reports, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been planning to set the record straight with a BBCinterview. The timing couldn't be more perfect as well since William and Middleton are celebrating their 10-year wedding anniversary this April. This also means that the royal pair has been serving the Crown as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for a decade.

Sources said that William and Middleton's tell-all will not be a bombshell interview, which Prince Harry and Meghan Markle conducted with Oprah Winfrey. Instead, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge plan to discuss their royal work, especially when they will become the king and queen one day.

The pair also, allegedly, plan to discuss the "triumphs and struggles" of their relationship as a couple and as working royals. William and Middleton's interview will be a unifying force to bring the family together instead of causing a wider rift.

Further details to the tell-all, such as who will conduct the interview and when it's airing on BBC, have not yet been detailed. On the other hand, ITV has gone ahead of BBC to present a documentary on William and Middleton's 10th year anniversary as a couple.

The feature The Day Will and Kate Got Married, which aired in the U.K. on April 7, is a look back at the events leading up to the widely-watched wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Middleton's uncle, Gary Goldsmith, was one of the featured guests in the documentary and he provided snippets and anecdotes of his niece's preparation as a new member of the royal family.

The Day Will and Kate Got Married also revealed that the Middleton family knew of engagement weeks before the royal family and kept quiet about it. The couple's grand royal wedding had some interesting guests as William and Middleton invited their butchers, postman and publican.

Royal fans, however, were not happy with the new documentary as it closed with a sad commentary about William's current relationship with Harry. On Twitter, royal fans wondered out loud why the feature highlighted that Prince William and his brother are no longer close compared to 10 years ago when they were still both single and preparing to fulfill their duties. The narrator said that no one imagined this would happen to the sons of Princess Diana.