Oh dear, didn't realize the movie started at 5 central time and so
started watching Elizabeth and Bertie half way in..after the movie, my
hubby filled me in on their story. The couple, being present with the
common people..reminiscent of Diana days. Their marital devotion..love
how when Elizabeth is wishing that her hubby would work, drink, smoke
less, she doesn't nag but does state, "I still can worry about you."
Dear, so dear.
This film brought back fantastic memories of my Aunt
Janet who would have loved the sweetness and strength of the actress (Juliet Aubrey) as
she portrayed Elizabeth. In my aunt's library were pictorial biographies
of Princess Diana, Jackie Kennedy, Grace Kelly, Katharine Hepburn,
& Audrey Hepburn. Great ladies.
Oh, and the king and his
stuttering..have had that kind of agonizing in dreams..seems that at
intense, sometimes dangerous times, I can mouth the words but sound
won't come out..a state full of frustration and sometimes horror.
I will be looking for this movie to show again on
Ovation or maybe I can check it out at the library so I can see the whole thing. It was delightful
and now I want to read The Windsor Story by J. Bryan III & Charles