According to Country Life the special edition will “reflect the duchess’s love of horses and dogs”.
However, a royal source said that she intended to focus on more controversial issues particularly those faced by women.
They told The Telegraph: “She loves the country life, but it won’t be just horses and dogs and lovely countryside.
“There is that slightly confronting side of the difficult issues the countryside faces. She wants to have a bit more about the challenges facing people, particularly for women.”
The issue will also include articles about the duchess’s key charities including those tackling loneliness, domestic violence, and literacy.
The Duchess will be the third royal guest editor of Country Life.
Her husband the Prince of Wales acted as guest editor to celebrate his 65th birthday in November 2013.
He returned to edit another edition to celebrate his 70th birthday in November 2018 producing the best-selling edition in the magazine’s history.
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However Tom Parker Bowles the Duchesses son and a food writer for Country Life joked that he hoped his new boss wouldn’t be too heavy handed in her editing.
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