Offering an intimate look at the day-to-day existence of the Royal Family, this five-part BBC series follows the lives of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, and young Princes William and Harry over the course of a year. MONARCHY goes behind the scenes of the Queen's myriad appearances, from her audience with the president of the United States to her visits with schoolchildren, and explores the challenges of living unflinchingly in the limelight.
Description by Koch Entertainment Distribution:
Monarchy: The Royal Family At Work, the five-part landmark series for the BBC, offers a compelling and unique insight into the work of the Queen and the other members of her family through a year that includes over 4,000 official engagements, ranging from the State Opening of Parliament to a visit with schoolchildren on the outskirts of Brighton. The production also gains exceptional access to other members of the Royal Family, including Princes Charles, William and Harry, uncovering their lives away from the glare of the public eye. Following the Royal Family's work abroad, Monarchy: The Royal Family At Work goes behind-the-scenes of the Queen's Royal Tour of the United States and includes an exclusive interview with President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush who reveal personal anecdotes from the Queen's visits, past and present. The 2 DVD Set also includes an additional exclusive 30 minutes of previously unseen footage.