Netflix paid Claire Foy less than co-star Matt Smith for The Crown. She played Queen Elizabeth II, the lead role, while he played her husband, Philip Mountbatten. Picture: Robert Viglasky, Netflix

Your invitation for the Royal Wedding got lost in mail? Fret not, below ye will encounter our carefully-curated arrangement of complementary entertainments at thy earliest convenience — ah hell, let’s lose the formalities. Just kick back and watch! Get ready for an “all things royal” binge fest.

The Crown

This drama follows the political rivalries and romance of Queen Elizabeth II's reign and the events that shaped the second half of the 20th century.

A Christmas Prince

Christmas comes early for an aspiring young journalist when she's sent abroad to get the scoop on a dashing prince who's poised to be king.


The Royal House of Windsor

Drawing on newly available info, this show traces how the British royal family has survived the last 100 years of power struggles, politics and more.


The Royals -Season 1

This documentary examines Britain's royal family phenomenon, showcasing its role in English life through interviews with those in the know.




This vivid historical drama series tells of the rise to power of Mary, Queen of Scots, amid a court full of sexual and political intrigue.

Secrets of Henry VIII's Palace: Hampton Court

The history of this grand 500-year-old palace is inextricably tied to the lavish lifestyle of King Henry VIII and the doomed fates of his six wives.

Tudors: Season 1-4

All the splendor and scandal of England's 16th-century royal court comes to life in this series that follows notorious Tudor monarch, Henry VIII.

Diana In Her Own Words

Featuring archival footage and personal recordings, this documentary offers candid insight into the life of the beloved princess.

Secrets of Great British Castles

Join historian Dan Jones on a journey back in time to the zenith of Britain's most iconic structures and their infamous inhabitants.