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Queen Victoria • 2017 • episode "1/5" Private Lives of the Monarchs

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The true story of the supposedly straight-laced Queen Victoria.

Private Lives of the Monarchs • 2017 • 5 episodes •

Queen Victoria

The true story of the supposedly straight-laced Queen Victoria.

2017 • People

King Henry VIII

Discover Henry VIII's early years, many loves, and the accident that created the tyrant we know today.

2017 • People

King Louis XIV

Louis XIV the Sun King had France's magnificent Palace of Versailles built and it pays extraordinary testimony to his reign. He ruled for an incredible 72 years at a time when France was all powerful. Discover the truth about the King's very open 'secret' second marriage to Francois D'Aubinge and his many affairs. It’s been claimed Louis bathed only three times in his entire life. How does that square with the luxurious Turkish bath at the Palace, or the stories of him disinfecting his skin with alcohol, or the fact that he had literally hundreds of pairs of underwear which he changed many times during a day? He was very conscious of his height at only five feet four inches tall, however in his wigs and heels he appeared to be alot taller, Tracy explains how this extraordinary effect was achieved.

2017 • People

George III and the Prince Regent

Witness the decline into madness of King George III and the rise and fall of his overindulgent son.

2017 • People

King Charles II

From his wardrobe to his secret tunnels to his private pimps, discover the true story of Charles II.

2017 • People

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