Not a linear tale of the fable, but a vertical deepening of relationships that often had little magic. The Royals – Love at court it is the journalistic reconstruction of what happened inside the European royal houses, where marriages were consummated and with these fleeting loves, betrayals and divorces. The show, in its debut on Sky Uno at 9.15pm on Tuesday 6 July, used the immense archive of LaPresse / The Associated Press to retrace the illustrious lives of the characters that the common imagination would like to be perfect.
Then, he plumbed these illustrious lives, so as to bring out lights and shadows, dark backgrounds, resulting – some – in tragedies never forgotten.
The Royals – Love at court, five episodes produced by LaPresse, asked for the contribution of journalists and opinion leaders to examine the private household of the English and Monegasque royal houses, and to find Elisabetta, in her relationship with Philip and her sister Margaret, Diana, a sad princess, Carlo and Camilla . Then, Harry, Meghan Markle, Prince William and his patient wife, Kate Middleton, Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III, with their own lineage. The show, visible on demand, on SkyGo and NowTv, will stretch on the past to cover the present, the year of the Megxit and the feud defined as such in the Sussex interview with Oprah Winfrey.