The story of Queen Elizabeth II in her own words
Elizabeth: The Unseen Queen tells the story of Queen Elizabeth II in her own words and using rare and unseen footage and family home movies.
The Queen looks back on her life in this acclaimed BBC film, reflecting on her childhood, her coronation and her 70 years as British monarch. See previously unseen unique home movies shot by the British royal family including footage from the Queen’s childhood, on board HMS Vanguard en route to South Africa in 1947, as well as archive footage of Royal weddings, events and speeches.
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