The Young Victoria (2009)
Emily Blunt portrays Queen Victoria in the 2009 telling of Queen Victoria’s reign and the romance that blossomed with Prince Albert that followed in the early years of her succession to the throne.
Naomi Watts plays Diana, Princess of Wales in the story that follows the events during the last two years of Diana’s life. From her divorce to Charles, Prince of Wales to her romance with heart surgeon Dr. Hasnat Khan, Diana is the retelling of the people’s princess’ final years.
The Queen (2006)
2006’s The Queen directed by Stephen Frears follows the Royal Family’s response to the heartbreaking and untimely death of Diana, Princess of Wales. Helen Mirren stars as Queen Elizabeth II.
The King’s Speech (2010)
The King’s Speech is a touching re-enactment of the friendship that formed between King George VI (Colin Firth) and his speech and language therapist Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush) before Britain’s declaration of war on Germany in 1939.
Cate Blanchett rose to fame in 1989 following her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth I. The film depicts Elizabeth’s imprisonment by her sister Queen Mary and how she was freed after Mary’s death to be crowned Queen of England.
William & Kate (2011)
TV-Movie William & Kate starring Grey’s Anatomy‘s Camilla Luddington as Kate Middleton is about the on-and-off relationship between The (now) Duke and Duchess of Cambridge throughout the years they were dating.
Victoria & Abdul (2017)
2017’s Victoria & Abdul starring Dame Judi Dench is the re-telling of the real-life friendship between Queen Victoria and her servant turned secretary Abdul Karim.