TRUE ROYALTY FAVOURITES

TRUE ROYALTY FAVOURITES

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TRUE ROYALTY FAVOURITES
  • Prince William: Royal Portrait

    A touching and unique documentary showing a young Prince William at home and abroad as he discovers his role both before and after his mother's untimely death. It evokes a powerful picture of an impressive young man and answers many questions surrounding Prince William, perhaps the most admired a...

  • Meghan Markle: How To Be Royal

    Congratulations, you're joining Britain's most esteemed family. But what precisely does that entail? Before Meghan walked down the aisle on May 19th, she had to learn how to do everything following perfect Royal etiquette and to 'act Royal' every second of her public day. Could you keep up?

  • Royal Pets

    From baboons roaming free around the Tower of London to the Queen's multi-award-winning racing pigeons, the Royal love of animals extends well beyond the corgis that have been resident at Buckingham Palace for the last 60 years.

  • Last Party at the Palace

    This impeccably turned-out documentary takes a fascinating look at one of Great Britain's most eccentric class-driven traditions; the D├ębutante system. Paraded in front of the Monarch before 'coming out' to seek a suitable husband, these young girls were the cream of society. The very last 'debs'...

  • All The Queen's Men

    Join the Royal Family and the British armed forces in an ancient demonstration of loyalty to the Monarch. This extraordinary extravaganza celebrates the best of British all in the shadow of Windsor Castle. A sight to behold.

  • Prince George at One

    A charming look back at the first year of England's future King, undeniably adorable and born into the most extraordinary family in the world. We draw back the curtain to reveal a unique insight into the life of Prince George.

  • How to Marry a Prince

    Found your Prince? Well played. Now to seal the deal. Like a trusted courtier with a twinkle in the eye, this show holds your hand and guides you through the crystal-encrusted maze.

  • Modern Times: The Last Dukes

    Life for a Duke isn't what it used to be. The current Duke of Atholl runs a small private sign-making business in South Africa and (rather more like it) a small private army in Scotland - whilst the family pile of the Duke and Duchess of St Albans is now a Best Western Hotel with none-too-aristoc...

  • A Royal Year to Remember

    2011 was a momentous year for the British Royal Family and especially for the avid Royal-watcher. We lift the lid on two Royal Weddings, the Queen's historic first visit to Ireland and all sorts else.