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What to watch as the new year begins? Royal Recipes: Party Food on True Royalty

As 2020 begins, you might find yourself wondering what to watch. Allow us to suggest “Royal Recipes: Party Food” on True Royalty. The 43-minute program has presenter Michael Buerk talking to royal chefs and tasting royal treats and drinks. Chef Paul Ainsworth cooks up a dish from The Queen’s 80th birthday dinner while former royal chef Carolyn Robb talks to Buerk about a…
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Now streaming: Sandringham, The Queen at Christmas on True Royalty

As we get into the festive spirit, our partners at True Royalty are, as well, and they have a great holiday-themed documentary to tune into as we inch closer to Christmas. You don’t want to miss “Sandringham, The Queen at Christmas” which is now streaming on their website and all streaming services (Comcast, Apple TV, Roku, Apple App Store, Google Play, Amazon Fire TV, and…
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True Royalty focuses on Asian monarchies

While most of the time we highlight documentaries and programmes surrounding the British Royal Family for True Royalty, this week we are also highlighting their other shows focusing on Asian monarchies. They have a series called “Asian Monarchies” with episodes focusing on the royal families of Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Japan, and Nepal. The Bhutan documentary gives insight into…
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Do you have a subscription to True Royalty tv? If so, you know of the countless features from commentary from royal experts. If you haven’t yet subscribed, want to see what you are missing out on? True Royalty is must see tv that no one should miss out on! From The Queen and Diana to the younger generation of royals like the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Duke and Duchess of Sussex, it…
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