Managed to hand in the assignment today (which means that now I’ll have some proper time to update this blog :D)! I just wanted to thank you all for helping me out in regards to that scene from the film, that is really very much appreciated (I ended up using the Buckingham Palace scene as you’ve all recommended!). Anyway, thanks - you’re all so lovely :D
myroyalpointofview answered: I like the other suggestion but also the scene of Charles & the boys greeting people outside Balmoral & their composure.
Thank you so, so much :D
That’s also a really important scene, I agree. I’ll definitely add that one to my list.
You guys are amazing *hugs*
Oh and by the way (since I’m so active here at 2:40 am, lol), please feel free to tag me (either vesperlynds, fuckyeahclassicroyalty or everythingroyalty) in your royalty posts because I do occasionally reblog royalty-related posts on my personal blog. So like… anything Danish (preferably M+F being adorable, QMII or older Danish royals - Queen Ingrid in particular), Princess Grace and Princess Marie Bonaparte - I will never not reblog Marie Bonaparte (✿◠‿◠)
royaltyfashion answered: I think the scene The Queen went to see the flowers and messages left to Diana is very important, btu I don’t know if is 100% accuracy
Thanks to you as well! :D You’re all so sweet you’re giving me diabetes. Your help is truly appreciated.
Another vote for The Inspection Scene (that’s a quite good term for the scene, non?)! Looks like that might be it. It’s all very exciting.
I don’t think that the actual moment is historically accurate, but that doesn’t really matter because in the analysis I have to focus on HM and her dilemma, and The Inspection Scene is a prime scene in that aspect :)
Thanks again, my lovely!
These pictures though (✿◠‿◠)
Look at Mary and Christian being all sorts of perfect together. He’s such a mummy’s boy and I’m loving every minute of it.