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11 Shows You Need To Watch If You're Obsessed With Royal Drama

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11 Royal Shows You Need To Watch If You're Obsessed With Drama

Stories about princesses aren't limited to Disney movies. We have all the must-see royal shows you'll want to stream ASAP.

If you haven't already, it is time to catch up on Bridgerton before season two comes out. You will have so much fun trying to guess who Lady Whistledown is.

Another popular choice is The Crown, about Queen Elizabeth, Princess Diana and Prince Charles.

Here are our top picks on what to watch:

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Victoria

Rating: 8.2/10

Where To Stream: Amazon Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: It is about Queen Victoria ascending the throne and falling in love with Prince Albert.

The Crown

Rating: 8.7/10

Where To Stream: Netflix

Why You Need To Watch It: The addictive drama is about Queen Elizabeth and her family from the 1940s to the 1990s.

The White Princess

Rating: 7.6/10

Where To Stream: Amazon Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: The series is set in the turbulent War Of The Roses and follows the tumultuous marriage between Elizabeth of York and Henry VII.

Reign

Rating: 7.5/10

Where To Stream: Crave

Why You Need To Watch It: You'll be whisked away to the opulent French court. The romantic drama is about The Queen of Scots marriage to Prince Francis.

The Spanish Princess

Rating: 6.8/10

Where To Stream: Amazon Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: The show picks up from The White Queen and is about Catherine Of Argon, who has her sights on claiming the throne.

The Romanoffs

Rating: 7.0/10

Where To Stream: Amazon Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: It shares the stories of people who believe they are decedents of the Russian royal family.

The White Queen

Rating: 7.8/10

Where To Stream: Amazon Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: Fans of Philippa Gregory's novels won't want to miss this show about the turbulent battle for the crown during the Wars Of Roses.

The Pillars of the Earth

Rating: 8.1/10

Where To Stream: Amazon Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: The mini-series is based upon Ken Follett's bestselling novel about the construction of Kingsbridge Cathedral. Harry Potter fans are sure to enjoy seeing Eddie Redmayne, who stars as Jack.

The Great

Rating: 8.1/10

Where To Stream: Amazon Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: You'll be laughing non-stop as you watch Catherine The Great and Peter III Of Russia.

Downton Abbey 

Rating: 8.7/10

Where To Stream: Amazon Prime Video

Why You Need To Watch It: The extraordinary show contrasts the difference in life for the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants.

Bridgerton

Rating: 7.3/10

Where To Stream: Netflix

Why You Need To Watch It: You will want to binge the entire steamy first season about Daphne's search for a husband.

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