Shows and movies to watch if you’re obsessed with the royal family

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Are you obsessed with the royal family and you’re looking for something to watch? Here’s a list of 20 shows so grab your wine or popcorn and let’s get started

The Crown

The Crown starts by showing us the early life of the queen who ascended to the throne at 25 while she was in Kenya after her father, King George VI died. It showcases the romances and rivalries that played a role in shaping the 20th century.

The Prince and Me

Edvard the crown prince of Denmark travels to the US to further his studies and meets a fellow student Paige. At first, she dislikes him but she later falls in love with him and follows him to Copenhagen.

The Tudors

The Tudors focuses on King Henry VIII’s reign of England. It showcases his famous marriages and female companions like Anne Boleyn and Catherine of Aragon.

The Royals

The royals is about a royal family that is thrown into turmoil when the heir to the throne dies. It’s a fictional drama about the British Royal family in modern London.

Diana in her own words

Google: This is a documentary about Princess Diana. It showcases her public life, troubles and her love life in her own words. This is a must-watch documentary if you’re obsessed with the royal family.

Mary, Queen of Scots

Google: Mary Stuart goes back to Scotland to reclaim the throne and attempts to overthrow Queen Elizabeth I but is condemned to prison before facing execution.

Elizabeth: The Golden Age

Google: Queen Elizabeth faces multiple triumphs in this movie. She endures an assassination plot, the Spanish armada and a romantic betrayal.

A Royal night out

Google: On VE day 1945 Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret are allowed to join the celebrations against the Queen’s wishes. It is a night full of excitement, danger, and the first flutters of romance.

The Spanish Princess

Google: The Spanish princess, Catherine of Aragon, navigates the royal lineage of England with an eye on the throne.

King Charles III

Google: Following his mother’s death, Prince Charles is crowned King Charles III. He is faced with scheming and political chaos as a result of his refusal to sign a controversial bill.

The other Boelyn girl

Google: Centred on the the court of Henry VIII, this historical drama presents a calculating Anne, who usurps her older sister Mary as the king’s mistress and ultimately desires to be his new queen.

Victoria and Abdul

Google: Abdul Karim, a young prison clerk from India, travels to present Queen Victoria with a mohur on her Golden Jubilee and strikes an unlikely friendship with her.


Google: Mary, the Queen of Scots, arrives in France at the age of fifteen and marries Prince Francis. She starts a friendship with her handmaidens and they become best friends.

The Favourite

Google: Queen Anne of England falls sick while her close aide Sarah Churchill oversees the country’s important matters. Soon, things take a turn when Sarah’s cousin Abigail starts serving the queen.

The Queen

Google: Queen Elizabeth II tries to deal with a series of events following the death of Princess Diana.

William and Kate

Google: Inspired by the royal wedding and retelling the highs and lows of the nine-year courtship of Kate Middleton and Prince William. The couple struggles to keep their relationship together in the face of intense media scrutiny and family pressures, but the story ultimately ends in a fairy tale wedding.

The Young Victoria 

Google: The film portrays the early childhood, teen, and the following turbulent years of a young princess who came to be known as Queen Victoria. It also follows her enduring romance with Prince Albert.

The Great

Google: A genre-bending, anti-historical ride through 18th-century Russia following the wildly comedic rise of Catherine the Nothing to Catherine the Great.

Grace Of Monaco

Google: Despite her husband’s (Tim Roth) misgivings, Grace Kelly (Nicole Kidman) considers returning to Hollywood to star in “Marnie,” but a political dispute between Monaco and France forces her to make a difficult choice.

The Duchess

Google: At the age of 17, Georgiana Spencer is married to the Duke of Devonshire. She soon realizes that her husband doesn’t love her and he only wants a son, so that the family continues with a male heir.

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