Your ultimate Royal entertainment guide for your quarantine
Stuck in the house and bored? I’ve got your back! There are enough Royal Family-related books, TV shows, movies, documentaries, and podcasts to get you through at least a week or two of quarantine. So stay home, cozy up, and enjoy my favorite Royal Family-related entertainment.
Any I missed? Shoot me an email and I’ll add it!
Books, Magazines, a Cookbook, and a Blog
If you’re a big reader like me, you need a stack of books at your bedside at all times. I have read basically every book about Royals ever published – here are my favorites.
· The Diana Chronicles, Tina Brown
· The Royals, Kitty Kelley
· Diana: Her True Story, Andrew Morton
· William and Catherine: A Royal Wedding, Andrew Morton
· Meghan: A Hollywood Princess, Andrew Morton
· The Queen and Di, Ingrid Seward
· My Husband and I, Ingrid Seward
· Elizabeth the Queen: The Life of a Modern Monarch, Sally Bedell Smith
· Prince Charles: The Passions and Paradoxes of an Improbable Life, Sally Bedell Smith
· Ninety-Nine Glimpses of Princess Margaret, Craig Brown
· Literally anything by Katie Nicholl or Christopher Andersen
· More of a magazine person? No magazines do Royal coverage better than Vanity Fair and Town & Country.
· In the mood to cook while quarantined? Check out the Duchess of Sussex’s cookbook, Together: Our Community Cookbook. And then bring the food over to my house. I'm running low.
· Also, you can totally find back blogs of Meghan’s The Tig with a little Googling.
· Or you could just catch up on back posts of the best Royal Family blog of all time – The Duchess Commentary.
· The Crown, Netflix
· The Windsors, Netflix
· Diana (the movie with Naomi Watts playing her)
· The King’s Speech
· The Queen
· Diana In Her Own Words, Netflix
· Diana: Seven Days That Shook the World, Netflix
· Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy, HBO
· Elephant (with Meghan doing voiceover work), Disney+
· Elizabeth at 90 – A Family Tribute, Netflix
· Queen of the World, HBO
· The Royal House of Windsor, Netflix
· The Royals, Amazon Prime
· Even the Rich
· Fatal Voyage, season two about Diana's car crash
· Happy Mum Happy Baby, the Duchess of Cambridge episode
· Heir Pod
· Pod Save the Queen
· Royally Obsessed
· When Meghan Met Harry
If all else fails, you can just do what I do and rewatch Royal weddings on YouTube. If you’re really bored, get BritBox – there’s enough Royal content there for you to watch for literally the rest of your life.
Plus, on Sunday at 2 p.m. CST, the Queen will give a prerecorded televised address about coronavirus – so mark your calendar!