Beauties, are you curious about the lives of nobles? What was life like for Princess Diana, Queen Elizabeth, and the holders of thrones from all over the world?
If you are curious and want to find recommendations for TV series about the lives of royals, come on over. Here are 5 recommendations for TV series about the royal family specially curated for you!
1. The Crown
The Crown/ Foto: Instagram/royalstylewatch
The Crown tells the story of Queen Elizabeth II’s life from her marriage to Prince Philip Mountbatten in 1947 until her life at the beginning of the 21st century. A year after getting married, Elizabeth, who was still a Princess at that time, gave birth to Prince Charles and Princess Anne the following year.
In 1952, her father King George VI died, Elizabeth became Queen, and Prime Minister Winston Churchill resigned. The following seasons will highlight the life story of Queen Elizabeth II and her family, including the marriage of Prince Charles to Princess Diana. You can watch The Crown on Netflix, Beauties.
2. The White Queen
The White Queen/ Foto: imdb.com
The White Queen series was adapted from a series of historical novels with the same title by Phillipa Gregory in 2009. The White Queen is set against the backdrop of the civil war that occurred in the 15th century in England between the York family and the Lancester family. This war is known as the War of the Roses or The Cousin’s War.
This TV series tells the story of Elizabeth Woodville, nicknamed The White Queen from the Lancester family, who married King Edward IV from the York family. Their marriage was certainly challenged by both sides of the family and divided their family.
3. The Empress
The Empress/ Foto: netflix.com
The Empress is a TV series based on the love story between Elisabeth “Sisi” von Wittelsbach, a Bavarian Princess, and Franz Joseph, an Austrian Emperor and later King of Hungary, to the impact of their romance on the royal court and society. Elisabeth was instrumental in developing deep kinship between Austria and Hungary and establishing the Austro-Hungarian dual monarchy in 1867.
Versailles/ Photo: versailles-tv.fandom.com
The TV series Versailles tells the story of King Louis XIV and the state of France after the War of the Fronde. The 28-year-old young king transformed his father’s hunting lodge into the most magnificent palace in the world, Versailles. For Louis XIV, Versailles was built as a symbol of the absolute monarchy he dreamed of and asked the nobility to live with him there.
However, there were nobles and peasants who did not want their influence to go beyond Paris and tried to stop development at all costs, through highway robbery and murder. The palace that King Louis XIV dreamed of will be paid for in blood.
Victoria/ Photo: imdb.com
This TV series is based on the story of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II’s great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, as Queen of England in 1837 until her death in 1901. Her reign of 63 years and 216 days is known as the Victorian era.
The Victoria TV series also tells the story of her marriage to Prince Albert, how Victoria adjusts to life as a ruler and mother, and Prince Albert’s continued search for understanding of his role as queen consort.
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