Dame Julie Andrews is set to launch a podcast for children called ‘Julie’s Library: Story Time with Julie Andrews’.

The 84-year-old screen legend and her author daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton, 57 – whose father is set designer Tony Walton – have teamed up on the joint venture which will see the pair read children’s books.

Andrews – who also has daughters Amy, 46, and Joanna, 45, with late filmmaker Blake Edwards – says the aim is to “provide family listening pleasure” and “inspire meaningful conversations”.

The ‘Mary Poppins’ star said: “When I became a parent, I passed the love of reading on to my children.

“My daughter and I have co-authored over 30 books for children and young adults, and

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