I’m 22 minutes into episode two of BBC’s The Princes and the Press and it’s been wall-to-wall Sussex support.
‘The Princes and the Press’ is a BBC documentary about Prince William and Prince Harry’s relationship to the media. The first episode is fascinating and confirms a lot of what we already know… but fun to see and hear some of the behind-the-scenes stories.
“From Queen Victoria’s attempts to unite Europe, to the end of Russia’s Romanovs, right up to Princes William and Harry, this series explores royalties’ survival strategies through the ages.” ‘Royals: Keeping the Crown’ explores some of the royal family’s most turbulent moments from the First World War to present day.
Mary Robertson was a young American mother living in London when she met and hired 18-year-old Lady Diana Spencer in 1980. The businesswoman talks to CNN about the person behind the princess in their new six-part documentary titled ‘DIANA.’ Watch the first episode tonight!
CNN has dedicated an entire docu-series to getting to know the person behind the princess. On Sunday, October 10th, peek behind the curtain of Diana’s private life in the six-part documentary titled ‘DIANA.’
Paramount+ is a relatively new streaming service that is home to VIACOM CBS content. Included in the app is The Smithsonian Channel, which offers a handful of Princess Diana themed shows. Here is a list of my favorites…
Peacock’s ‘DIANA’ is streaming now! Get an in-depth look at the world’s favorite princess and the queen of our hearts. While the new documentary explores the roller coaster that was Princess Diana’s life, there are some cheekier moments. Let’s laugh!
To celebrate Princess Diana’s 60th birthday, Peacock has released a brand new documentary titled DIANA directed by BAFTA award-winner Jemma Chisnall. Peacock says the film, “explores the life of the iconic princess and features rarely-seen archive footage and compelling, never-heard-before testimony from those who knew her best.”
Maybe the BBC Royal Family documentary wasn’t such a terrible idea after all.
From childhood up until 1992 – you hear Diana revisit some of the highs and lows in her not so enchanting life. The film also includes televised interviews and photography to give you a better sense of her environment.