This viral clip unearthed shows the Royals are totally real, unfiltered
A super old-school clip of the royals attending a chic 1991 G7 reception at Buckingham Palace is doing the rounds online.
It introduces everyone from Her Majesty The Queen to young Prince Charles and Princess Diana to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
the clip is legitimate as watching an episode of The Crown come to life and offers a totally unfiltered look at how the royals interact with their friends (i.e. other world leaders) from the privacy of their own chic evenings.
A super old school clip of the royals attending a chic 1991 G7 reception at Buckingham Palace is doing the rounds online, and it features everyone from Her Majesty the Queen to young Prince Charles and from Princess Diana to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. the clip is legitimate like watching an episode of The crown come to life and offer a totally unfiltered look at how the royals interact with their friends (by what I mean other world leaders) in the privacy of their own fancy parties.
Aside from the images of the French speaking Queen, Charles discussing her lithographs and Diana laughing with guests, one notable moment shows Queen Elizabeth joking with former Prime Minister Ted Heath that he is ‘consumable’ as he keeps talking rudely to him over and over again. .
According to Daily mail, this old royal family party footage is the origin of the 1992 BBC documentary Elisabeth r:
A ton of royal journalists retweeted and commented on the unearthed video, originally posted by @BenABrittain, with Time‘Valentine down writing, “What is noticeable here: 1. How knowledgeable and articulate is the Queen and 2. How men, including Heath, insist on talking about her.”
Watch the clip for a revealing look at what the royals look like behind closed doors at Buckingham Palace, as you’ll literally feel like a fly on the wall at this party. Like really, attention @ writers of The crown because it is an amazing source material !!!
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