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Posted at 2:47 PM ET, 01/29/2011

Kate Middleton, movie star?

By Autumn Brewington

Prince William and Kate Middleton during a TV interview the day they announced their engagement. (AP)

We've read that Lifetime is working on a movie about the romance between Prince William and Kate Middleton -- but it seems that the royal bride-to-be could co-star in another sort of film.

According to the Telegraph, Kate Middleton is one of about 10 celebrities who have been invited to voice a cartoon character in a children's film. The movie is part of the Cultural Olympiad being readied to coincide with the London 2012 Summer Olympics.

Officials from the Tate Movie Project told the paper they have contacted Clarence House -- the household of Prince William's father, Prince Charles, as well as William's London residence -- to see if she is interested. The 27-minute film -- composed and drawn by 16,000 primary school students -- is expected to be a highlight of the more than 70 projects planned for the Cultural Olympiad.

Other celebrities the children suggested to voice characters in the film are Miley Cyrus and Dannii Minogue, the paper reports.

By Autumn Brewington  | January 29, 2011; 2:47 PM ET
Categories:  Kate Middleton, Media coverage, Prince William  | Tags:  Autumn Brewington  
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