Here are part one and part two of the 2022 SVT documentary entitled, Kungliga Slottet. The program is in Swedish and there are no sub-titles.
Here are your royal highlights of the week, also known as events that I missed this past week, for May 23-29, 2022.
Here is the Channel 5 documentary entitled, Beatrix: The Queen Who Gave Up the Crown.
The documentary examines the life and reign of Beatrix, who reigned as queen from 1980 until her abdication in 2013, looking at the key to her popularity as a monarch. The documentary also examines controversial moments, from public opposition over her choice of husband to the riots on the day she ascended to the Dutch throne.
Since it’s an incredibly slow news day perhaps now is the time to post this fantastic documentary entitled, The Royal Family’s Treasures: Magic and Mystery of the Crown Jewels.
Released in 1990, the Magic and Mystery of the Crown Jewels analyzes:
“… the priceless collection of the British Crown Jewels is beyond compare and associated with countless legends and intriguing stories. Not only have the jewels survived wars, revolution, and theft they continue to draw thousands of visitors to London each year.”
While many royal watchers are waiting for Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to arrive in beautiful Belize to kick start their Caribbean tour, I thought now would be a brilliant time to post a royal documentary.
Anyway, here is the royal documentary entitled, Princess Alexandra: The Queen’s Best Friend.
Here is the SVT 2017 documentary entitled, Drottningholms Slott: Ett Kungligt Hem (Drottningholm Palace: A Royal Home).
Here is the 2014 documentary entitled, Habsburg Privat.
The second documentary from ZDF entitled, Die Habsburger, focuses on the history of the Imperial House of Habsburg.
Both programs are in German.