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What To Watch on True Royalty TV: Prince Harry’s Birthday

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With so many great documentaries on True Royalty TV, we thought we’d take the pain out of choosing and pick five goodies for you. From new releases to True Royalty exclusives to existing classics, here is what to watch this weekend – and to help you celebrate Prince Harry’s birthday in style!

Harry and Meghan: A Windsor Wedding 

No celebration of Harry would be complete without a look back at the wedding that captivated the world: the marriage of a once-wild bachelor Prince to a thoroughly modern and international celebrity in the form of American divorcée Meghan Markle. How did these two unlikely lovers come together to be the most talked-about couple in the world? Find out all about their fairytale wedding that was watched across the planet here

Harry: The Mysterious Prince 

As Prince Harry celebrates his 35th birthday, we look at how the enigmatic Royal has remained shrouded in mystery when it comes to the public. His tumultuous childhood led to an adolescence and transition to adulthood that was marked by debaucherous revelry and a variety of scandals, yet at the same time he distinguished himself in the military as a physically brave young man. Despite inescapable scrutiny from the media, Harry remained a broadly unknowable figure for much of his life – before beginning recently to reveal unexpected aspects of his character. Find out about the real Harry here

From Hellraiser to Husband: The Life of Prince Harry Box cover

For Harry’s 30th birthday in 2014, he inherited £10m from the estate of Princess Diana – going some way to making him arguably the most eligible bachelor in the world. For a time, the young Prince was the quintessential playboy – while also trying on the mantles of soldier, sportsman, humanitarian and adventurer. Which is the real Harry, and how did he change from the man who sporadically scandalised a nation to a champion of mental health and the environment? We look at the path that led him from a troubled youth to a thoroughly modern Princess who helped make him the man he is today. See his transformation here

Meghan and Harry: The Baby Years Box Cover

Archie is the baby that had the world on tenterhooks – but now he is here, how are Meghan and Harry going to raise the first ever American Royal? Sunday Times Royal correspondent Roya Nikkah presents this exclusive documentary for True Royalty, looking at what the future holds for Archie’s childhood and how his forward-thinking parents might be planning to raise him. Find out about the all-important first days of Baby Sussex’s life here.

Prince William and Prince Harry: Prisoners of Celebrity Box Cover

From the tragic moment a nation watched two young boys trailing behind their mother’s hearse, Princes William and Harry have rarely managed to escape the glare of the media, often struggling to come to terms with the apparently widespread perception that they are public property. With their every move scrutinised for potentially newsworthy tidbits – both positive and brutally negative – have William and Harry followed in Princess Diana’s footsteps by becoming prisoners of their own celebrity? Find out here.

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Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones 

Perhaps the most quiet and unassuming members of the British Royal Family, Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones may be responsible for the least complicated Royal romance of the modern era. A woman from an ordinary middle-class home, Sophie Rhys-Jones has nevertheless had her share of the headlines – particularly in the run-up to their marriage. We take a deeper look, delving behind the headlines to find out whether this modest couple is in fact the Royal romance against which all others should be measured. Meet the Windsor’s most private couple, here.

 

King Charles and Queen Camilla: Into the Unknown 

As England’s future King gets ever closer to the throne – a position he has been preparing for his entire life – this documentary examines Prince Charles’ relationship with his future Queen Consort. What began as a contentious love affair predating Charles’ marriage to Lady Diana Spencer has withstood years of pressure to become an unshakable union at the heart of the Royal Family. But has the British public left behind its initial distaste for the woman who seems increasingly likely to become Queen? Find out here.

 

How to Nab a Prince 

Who wouldn’t want to marry a Prince? Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle have shown over the last few years just how much the world looks up to those women who capture the hearts of the strapping young lads of the House of Windsor. So to celebrate Royal Weddings, True Royalty has put together this indispensable guide for any woman who has ever dreamed of becoming a Princess. Our Royal experts and celebrity Royal fans offer up their top tips for landing a Royal groom here

 

The Royal Wives of Windsor: The Engagement

This documentary takes a closer look at the world of Royal matchmaking; what it means to be chosen as a Royal bride, and the fraught journey from courtship to altar. Prospective brides find themselves pursued relentlessly by the media, their skeletons dragged unceremoniously out of the closet. It’s a baptism of fire, and many have fallen out of favour before their big day – but those who make it to marriage are the ones with the character and the willpower to carve their own niche in one of the most traditional families in the world. Find out what it takes to become a Royal bride here.

 

The Royal Wives of Windsor: The Marriage 

What is the life of a Royal bride like after the whirlwind of a fairytale wedding? This is when the real work begins, and the Royal bride finds herself caught up in a frenetic life of public service made up of endless meet-and-greets and countless ribbon-snippings. This is the flipside to a life of privilege and Royal renown, and it’s all set to the relentless undercurrent of inescapable press scrutiny. How many Royal brides have held together their relationship through unrelenting pressure, all while fulfilling their duties and presenting themselves to the world as the ideal Royal wife? How many have buckled under the strain, and fallen foul of the strictly regimented world into which they’ve married? Find out here.

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The Royal Wives of Windsor: The Engagement

This documentary takes a closer look at the world of Royal matchmaking; what it means to be chosen as a Royal bride, and the fraught journey from courtship to altar. Prospective brides find themselves pursued relentlessly by the media, their skeletons dragged unceremoniously out of the closet. It’s a baptism of fire, and many have fallen out of favour before their big day -but those who make it to marriage are the ones with the character and the willpower to carve their own niche in one of the most traditional families in the world. Find out what it takes to become a Royal bride here.

The Royal Wives of Windsor: The Marriage

What is the life of a Royal bride like after the whirlwind of a fairytale wedding. This is when the real work begins, and the Royal bride finds herself caught up in a frenetic life of public service made up of endless meet-and-greets and countless ribbon-snippings. This is the flipside to a life of privilege and Royal renown, and it’s all set to the relentless undercurrent of inescapable press scrutiny. How many Royal brides have held together their relationship through unrelenting pressure, all while fulfilling their duties and presenting themselves to the world as the ideal Royal wife? How many have buckled under the strain, and fallen foul of the strictly regimented world into which they’ve married? Find out here.

The Royal View: The Power of a Princess

A brand new instalment of our lively talk show series, exclusive to True Royalty. The Queen, Princess Diana and Meghan Markle are three women who have all made – or are in the process of making – significant changes to the British Royal Family. All have tried to use their position to make the world a better place, though their difference in approaches have – at one time or another – placed them at odds with the inherent traditionalism of the Monarchy. Find out how each Royal made their indelible mark on the House of Windsor here

Meghan Markle: Inside the Wardrobe of a Princess

Your clothes say something about you, and that’s never more true than when you’re a Royal. In this documentary, we examine the style choices of the Duchess of Sussex, examining the significance of a wide range of her style choices – from her wedding dress right through to her elegant everyday designer outfits. What does Meghan’s sense of fashion tell us about the kind of Royal she will be, and how she is shaping the role of a modern Princess? Step inside the Meghan Markle’s wardrobe here.

Diana: A Celebration 

Across a wide range of Royal duties – whether that be at the White House, a formal visit to the Vatican or a building site in Australia – Princess Diana brought her uniquely spontaneous personality and elegance to bear on whatever she did. As a result she became one of the most admired Royals of the 20th century; by tirelessly pursuing the causes that mattered most to her, she brought the Royal Family closer to the general public than they had ever been before. More than two decades later, we celebrate Diana’s legacy here

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Highgrove: Prince Charles at HomeBox cover of Prince Charles at Home

The Prince of Wales opens up for an unusually informal and candid interview, inviting the viewer on a private tour of his house at Highgrove and its gardens, which have provided him so much pleasure over the years. Not only does Highgrove serve as a personal sanctuary for the Prince, but it was also the childhood home of William and Harry – a home that has played a huge part in the lives of two generations of future Kings. Join the Prince of Wales on a tour of his sanctuary here.

Prince Charles: The Royal RestorationBox cover of Prince Charles: The Royal Restoration

Prince Charles is renowned for his passion for conservation, historic architecture and activism – so it should come as no surprise that he personally funded the restoration of one of Scotland’s most important stately homes from his own pocket. The restoration of Dumfries House not only brought a beautiful building back to life, but also stimulated the economy of one of the most deprived areas of Scotland. In this eye-opening documentary, the Prince reveals his labour of love – and one of his proudest achievements – to legendary gardener Alan Tichmarsh. See the remarkable transformation here.

The Real CamillaBox cover of The Real Camilla

The Duchess of Cornwall – formerly Camilla Parker Bowles – remains to the majority of the British public, something of an enigma. This remarkably intimate documentary seeks to change that, as the future Queen consort opens up her life to unprecedented access as she reaches her 70th year. We accompany her as she decorates the Clarence House Christmas tree and invites old age pensioners to join her for tea. We see her walking her Jack Russell and dancing with Prince Charles to Elvis. This is a truly candid portrait that shows Camilla as she has never been seen before, featuring contributions from family and friends that lift the veil from one Britain’s most private members of the Royal Family. Meet the real Camilla here

The Royal View: Royals on the Rocks Box cover of Royals on the Rocks

In this episode of True Royalty TV’s exclusive and original talk show, The Royal View, quests which include Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell, explore the chaos caused when a Royal marriage breaks down. And one of the most famous examples of that, of course, is the demise of Charles and Diana’s marriage. Expect lively debate from those in the know here.

King Charles and Queen Camilla: Into the UnknownBox cover of King Charles and Queen Camilla

As England’s heir apparent edges ever closer to the throne, this documentary examines the future King’s relationship with his future Queen. What began as a controversial love affair before Charles’ marriage to Diana has stood the test of time to become a beacon of stability at the heart of the Royal Family. But has the Britishleft behind its initial distaste for the woman who seems increasingly likely to become Queen? Find out here.

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Meghan Markle: Inside the Wardrobe of a Princess Box cover of Meghan Markle: Inside the Wardrobe of a Princess

Your clothes say something about you, and that’s never more true than when you’re a Royal. In this documentary, we examine the style choices of the Duchess of Sussex, examining the significance of a wide range of her style choices – from her wedding dress right through to her elegant everyday designer outfits. What does Meghan’s sense of fashion tell us about the kind of Royal she will be, and how she is shaping the role of a modern princess? Step inside Meghan Markle’s wardrobe here.

Diana: Everlasting Box cover: Diana Everlasting

Decades after her tragic death, the legacy of Diana, Princess of Wales still looms large over the Royal Family. A truly elegant princess who never lost her common touch. Her commitment to her duty as a mother over her duty as a Royal earned her the distinction of being one of the most adored public figures in history. While tirelessly pursuing the causes that mattered most to her, she brought the Royal Family closer to the general public than they had ever been before. Twenty-two years later, find out how Diana’s legacy lives on here.

Kate: Working Class to Windsor Box cover: Kate: From Working Class to Windsor

Before Meghan Markle’s transformation from Hollywood star to the Duchess of Sussex, Kate Middleton made the no-less spectacular transition from ‘commoner’ to the Duchess of Cambridge – saying goodbye to her normal life as she became the focal point of international interest and media fascination. This documentary looks at her life-changing experience, her pre-Royal past and her future as the wife and mother of the future kings of England.  

Princess Margaret: Her Real Life Story Box cover of Princess Margaret: Her Real Life Story

A famous socialite, the Queen’s sister Princess Margaret was known for having her own colourful entourage of actors, playboys and bohemians. This documentary takes an intimate look behind the scenes of a Royal who seemed to embrace the limelight, while hiding the pain of being refused the right to marry her forbidden love, Peter Townsend. She threw herself into the arts and fashion, but in her more private moments maintained her faith in religion and prayer. Take a look at both sides of this most dramatic of princesses here

Meghan Markle: How to be Royal 

There’s never been a how-to guide on being Royal – until now. Having seamlessly transitioned from Hollywood Royalty to British Royalty, this documentary takes a look at how Meghan Markle quickly picked up everything she needed to know to follow perfect Royal etiquette. But what exactly does that entail – and could you learn it just as easily? Find out here

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The Royal Inquest Series
The Royal Inquest series looks at some of the most dramatic and mysterious events in the history of Royal Families, investigating what really happened behind the noise of public outrage.


Mountbatten
Lord Louis Mountbatten was Prince Philip’s uncle, the Queen’s cousin and one of the most prominent, influential members of Britain’s Royal Family. A renowned hero and respected mentor of the young Prince Charles, the Royals were shaken to the core when he was killed in a mysterious explosion aboard his boat in Ireland. Britain was outraged, and collectively demanded the identification and punishment of those responsible. Delve into our investigation of who murdered Mountbatten here.

Palace TimebombBox cover image of Royal Inquest episode Palace Timebomb
The saga of Princess Diana was fraught with controversy, betrayal and spurious accusations, but when Diana’s most trusted servant – butler Paul Burrell – was arrested for stealing over 350 items from her estate, the British public became transfixed by his dramatic trial. Referred to by Diana as her “rock”, did Burrell exploit his position to become an opportunistic thief? Or has he been made a scapegoat for a crime he didn’t commit – to preserve the integrity of the Royal Family? Find out here.

Royal BloodbathBox cover image of Royal Inquest episode Royal Bloodbath
The Nepalese King is thought of as a God – but when a shocking massacre at a Royal Family banquet kills the King, Queen, and several other family members, the Nepalese Royals are revealed to be all-too-human. The official account states that the Crown Prince murdered his family, and then killed himself… but the Nepalese people suspect they’re not being told the whole story. Find out what they might be missing here

Princely TraffickingBox cover image of Royal Inquest episode Princely Traffiking
The Princes of the Saudi Royal Family are some of the richest and most powerful Royals in the world, and are widely considered to be beyond the reach of the law in Saudi Arabia. When suspicion arose that a Saudi Prince may be involved in international drug smuggling to the tune of 2 tonnes of cocaine, DEA agents discovered that the Saudi Royal family’s web of power extends far beyond the borders of Saudi Arabia. Find out just how far their influence reaches here

Grace Under FireBox cover image of Royal Inquest episode Grace Under Fire
Princess Diana’s spiritual predecessor Princess Grace of Monaco – along with Grace’s daughter Princess Stephanie – suffered a tragic car crash on the French Riviera, and broke the hearts of admirers across the world. Grief gave way to intrigue, however, when the Palace claimed that Princess Grace only suffered broken bones, only for the former Hollywood starlet to die suddenly a day later. Does the strange turn of events belie a Palace cover-up? Find out here

The King Who KilledBox cover image of Royal Inquest episode, The King Who Killed
King Juan Carlos of Spain was one of the world’s best-loved Kings – right up to his abdication in 2004 – yet few are aware of the shocking tragedy that haunts his youth. When Juan Carlos was just 15, his younger brother, Alfonso, died of a gunshot wound to the head in the family home. The Palace announced the boy’s death as accidental, but a question mark hangs over the true circumstances of his passing, with newspapers claiming that Juan Carlos had wielded the gun that shot Alfonso. Find out if King Juan Carlos is a killer – and why some believe the death was no accident – here

 

A Hunted RoyalBox cover image of Royal Inquest Episode, A Hunted Royal
When a mentally unstable stalker attempted to kidnap Princess Anne from her maroon-coloured Rolls Royce as it travelled towards Buckingham Palace, the nation was scandalised that a lone gunman had managed to get so close to a member of the Royal Family. Find out why and how Anne was very nearly successfully kidnapped – and how several of her staff were shot in the process – here

Remains of the RomanovsBox cover image of Royal Inquest episode, Remains of the Romanovs
The Romanovs – the Russian Royal Family – were executed by the Soviets in 1918, but a shroud of mystery lingers around the assassinations. Although the Soviets insisted that the entire family was wiped out, theories abound that one or more of the Russian Royal Family was able to escape. Find out what a team of forensic anthropologists and DNA experts discovered about the mysterious murders here.

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Royal Babies
The world loves nothing more than a bouncing Royal baby, but what is it like to be born into the most famous and closely-watched family in the world? We examine how the British Royal Family’s attitude towards child-rearing has developed over the course of history, and give an idea of the upbringing that awaits the most recent addition to the House of Windsor: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. Find out what’s in store for Baby Archie here

Secrets of the Royal Nursery
A Royal baby is the monarchy’s most closely-guarded jewel, so what exactly is it that goes on behind the doors of the Royal Nursery? How are nannies selected, and what is life like under their rule? Join us here as we take a peek behind the scenes of the nurseries of the toddlers who are set to become the future kings and queens of England.

Britain’s Poshest Nannies
Highly trained nannies from Norland College nanny school have been raising Royals for generations, and today’s batch of young princes and princesses are no exception – the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have hired a Norland nanny to look after George, Charlotte and Louis. Find out the secrets of the brown-coated, Mary Poppins-style nannies – and why they’re banned from Starbucks – here

William, Kate and the Royal Baby
Everyone remembers the intense media interest that surrounded the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s son Prince George – their first child and the future King of England. Born in the same hospital in which William was delivered 31 years earlier, Baby George opened a new chapter in one of the world’s oldest continuous monarchies – and began the Royal Baby mania that would continue right through to the birth of his cousin Archie. Find out about the first in a new generation of Royals here

Meghan and Harry: The Baby Years
Archie is the baby that had the world on tenterhooks – but now he is here, how are Meghan and Harry going to raise the first ever American Royal? Sunday Times Royal correspondent Roya Nikkah presents this exclusive documentary for True Royalty, looking at what the future holds for Archie’s childhood and how his forward-thinking parents might be planning to raise him. Find out about the all-important first days of Baby Sussex’s life here.

 

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The Meghan Trilogy

Meghan Markle: Inside the Wardrobe of a Princess

Your clothes say something about you, and that’s never more true than when you’re a Royal. In this documentary, we look at the style choices of the Duchess of Sussex, examining the significance of a wide range of her style choices – from her wedding dress right through to her elegant everyday designer outfits. What does Meghan’s sense of fashion tell us about the kind of Royal she will be, and how she is shaping the role of a modern Princess? Step inside Meghan Markle’s wardrobe here.

 

 

Meghan Markle: Inside the Home of a Princess

True Royalty TV’s exclusive documentary takes a peek at Frogmore Cottage, the new home of Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex’s. After a £3m renovation, the expectation is that the happy couple have incorporated the shabby chic style of their favourite Soho House haunt into their new home – a prime example of their ability to combine the Royal Family’s history and tradition with their own modern way of doing things. Take a look at how Frogmore compares to other grace and favour homes over the years here.

 

Meghan and Harry: The Baby Years

Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor is the baby that had the world on tenterhooks – but now he is here, how are Meghan and Harry going to raise the first ever American Royal? Sunday Times Royal correspondent Roya Nikkah presents this exclusive documentary for True Royalty, looking at what the future holds for Archie’s childhood and how his forward-thinking parents might be planning to raise him. Dive into Baby Sussex’s baby years here

The Royal View

True Royalty’s exclusive and original roundtable discussion programme features Royal Family experts trading insights and strongly-held views in a series of debates focused on the most dramatic and controversial issues the monarchy has ever faced. Hosted by Tim Vincent, The Royal View gets deep into the subjects that have shaped the Royals throughout modern history. 

Blood on their Hands

The press have always been hot on the heels of the Royal family, often more of a thorn in their side than a cheerleader for the monarchy. Hardened newspaper editor Kelvin Mackenzie adamantly defends his industry, while the colourful Lady Colin Campbell expresses some forthright views on Diana’s relationship with the press here.

 

Royals on the Rocks

A relationship within the Royal Family is under a huge amount of pressure; from the press, Royal duties and the expectation to uphold tradition. All too often it falls apart, and former tabloid news editor Neil Wallis and Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell provide some searing insight into what happens when a Royal marriage crumbles. Watch here.

 

In-Laws and Outlaws

The debate gets heated in this discussion on the inability to choose your family members being a particular difficulty when you are a Royal. From Edward VIII choosing love over duty to the travesty of in-laws selling stories to the press, those who marry into the Royal family come under the microscope here.

 

Sex, Lies and Scandal

When it comes to the Royal Family and the press, scandal spreads like wildfire – particularly when the Royals are seen as trying to silence a story. A panel including friend-of-the-Royals Gyles Brandreth look at what happens when the usually tightly-sealed lid comes off and Royal secrets spill into the public arena. Find out about the most explosive scandals here.

 

The Palace Puppet Masters

The Royal View’s firebrands Kelvin Mackenzie and Lady Colin Campbell return to train their eagle eyes on those who pull the strings behind the scenes of the monarchy – those unseen forces who influence the press and the public to maintain a favourable impression of the Royals. Find out what they wouldn’t want you to know here.

 

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King Charles and Queen Camilla: Into the Unknown

As England’s heir apparent gets ever closer to the throne, this documentary turns the spotlight on the future King’s relationship with his future Queen. What began as a controversial love affair predating Charles’ marriage to Diana has stood the test of time to become a rock solid union at the heart of the Royal Family. But has the British public overcome its initial resistance to the woman who seems increasingly likely to become Queen? Find out here.

Meghan and Harry: The First 100 Days

In this exclusive look at the most dynamic couple of the Royal Family, True Royalty explores the lives of newlyweds Meghan and Harry in the first hundred days since they got married in May. We get the inside scoop from our palace sources, speak to historians about the couple’s potential modernising influence on the Royals, and talk to leading figures from fashion and show business about the happy couple’s private and public lives. Find out what the future has in store for the golden couple here.

The Royal View: Royals on the Rocks

We discuss the touchy subject of what happens when a Royal marriage ends up on the rocks, in an exclusive and original talk show produced by True Royalty. With expert insight from the likes of Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell and former tabloid newspaper editor Neil Wallis, we get the lowdown on everything from the Royal crisis precipitated by Charles and Diana’s divorce, to the good-time, headline grabbing antics of Princess Margaret. Watch the fiery debate here.

Meghan Markle: Inside the Wardrobe of a Princess

When you’re a Royal, your fashion choices make a statement. We turn our lens on the style choices of the newest (adult) member of the Royal family, examining the significance of her wedding dress right through to her day-to-day designer outfits. What do Meghan’s clothes tell us about the kind of Royal she will be, and how she will shape the role of a modern Princess? Step inside the Duchess of Sussex’s wardrobe here.

The King Who Threw Away the Crown

Few relationships in the history of the British Royal Family have rocked the institution in the same way as Edward VIII and his marriage to two-time American divorcee Wallis Simpson. Forced to choose between love and duty, the short-lived King followed his heart and brought about a constitutional crisis that shook the Royals to their very core. Dive into the most dramatic romance in Royal history here.

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The Queen’s Coronation in Colour

Brand new on True Royalty TV, this documentary looks at The Queen’s coronation which took place on 2 June 1953 and, in many ways, can be considered the world’s first major television event. 66 years on you can watch it in colour! Royal insiders who were at the centre of this momentous occasion reveal what happened behind the scenes, including the Queen’s cousin HRH Prince Michael of Kent and her Maids of Honour. Click here to watch now.

Queen Elizabeth II: Reign Supreme

Another new release on True Royalty, Queen Elizabeth II: Reign Supreme looks at Her Majesty’s incredible journey through the decades. Throughout her reign, she has been the United Kingdom’s symbol of continuity and stability. Her many visits to nations around the world have won her the unwavering respect of her subjects and peers. Learn about her extraordinary reign by clicking here.

Elizabeth II: The Diplomat Queen

The Queen has met a total of 12 US presidents in her lifetime not to mention the 100s of Heads of States from across the world. It could be argued Her Majesty is the most experienced diplomat in the world. Discover her secrets here.

Meghan Markle: Inside the Home of a Princess

Exclusive to True Royalty TV, Meghan Markle: Inside the Home of a Princess examines what the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new home, Frogmore Cottage, looks like after a £30 million refurb. The show also looks at the other gorgeous homes Her Majesty has given to her family over the years and how they compare to Meghan’s new home. Click here to watch.

The Royal View: Blood on their Hands

Another exclusive, this episode of our talk show, The Royal View, looks at the part the press plays in the lives of the Royals? Do they make life a misery or does the Crown need the Press more than they might care to admit? Expect heated debate from those in the Royal know.

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