Elizabeth II: why she banned, too late, the broadcast of a film about her intimacy

Elizabeth II: why she banned, too late, the broadcast of a film about her intimacy

A documentary about the private life of the British royal family was broadcast in June 1969. Queen Elizabeth II of England then banned the film from being shown.

  • The royal family has always known how to keep a great deal of mystery about their intimacy.
  • In 1969, a documentary focusing on the intimacy of the royal family aired on the BBC.
  • Queen Elizabeth II of England then banned the film from being shown, but the damage was already done.

In 1969, the broadcast of a documentary titled Royal Family has gathered millions of viewers. It was an immersive documentary. Queen Elizabeth II of England, 96, Prince Philip and the entire royal family have were followed by the cameras in everything they did. The BFMTV Red Line series – Elizabeth II, the crossing of the centurybroadcast on May 30, 2022, looks back on this initiative by Prince Philip which did not please his wife so much. The purpose of the documentary was to show the people that the royal family lived like an ordinary family.

This immersion in the intimacy of the royal family has fascinated the British. They always wanted learn more about the life of Queen Elizabeth II and his family. The documentary had the gift ofarouse the curiosity of the subjects of Elizabeth II of Angleferre. Thus, the royal family is an ordinary family. If that is the case “why did they so much power and privileges ?“, questions the BFMTV documentary. Queen Elizabeth II of England did not never again authorized the diffusion of the video on his intimacy and that of the royal family.

England’s banning of Elizabeth II comes too late

After the broadcast of the documentary Royal Family on BBC and ITV in June 1969, “Pandora’s box has been opened and never closed again“, can we learn in the BFMTV series. People have got a taste behind the scenes of the life of the royal family. The distribution of the film Royal Family changed everything, she marks the end of deference to the monarchy. It was from there that we began to see exposed in the press all royal family scandalsstarting with those of Prince Charles, eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II of England, 96 years old.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
Queen Elizabeth II then banned the film from being shown.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
The royal family has always known how to keep a great deal of mystery

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
In 1969, a documentary focusing on their intimacy was broadcast on the BBC

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
The Queen then banned the film from showing, but the damage was done

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
In 1969, the production of a documentary called Royal Family gathered millions of viewers.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
It was an immersive documentary.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip and the entire royal family were followed by cameras in everything they did.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
The BFMTV series Ligne Rouge – Elisabeth II, the crossing of the century, broadcast on May 30, 2022, looks back on this initiative of Prince Philip which did not please his wife so much.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
The documentary was intended to show the people that the royal family lived like an ordinary family.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
This immersion in the intimacy of the royal family fascinated the British.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
The latter always wanted to know more about the life of Queen Elizabeth II and her family.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
The documentary had the gift of arousing the curiosity of the Queen’s subjects.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
Thus, the royal family is an ordinary family.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
If so, “why do they have so much power and privileges?” Asks the BFMTV documentary.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
The queen never again authorized the broadcast of the video on her privacy and that of the royal family.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
Elizabeth II’s ban comes too late

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
After the broadcast of the documentary Royal Family on BBC and ITV in June 1969, “Pandora’s box was opened and never closed again”, can we learn in the BFMTV series.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
People have taken a liking to the behind-the-scenes life of the royal family.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
The broadcast of the film Royal Family changed everything, it marked the end of deference to the monarchy.

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Queen Elizabeth II of England
It was from there that we began to see exposed in the press all the scandals of the royal family, starting with those of Prince Charles, eldest son of Queen Elizabeth.

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