We knew The Crown wasn't enough! Queen Elizabeth's sister, Princess Margaret, sadly died in 2002, but before her passing, she was one of the most interesting (and scandalous!) royals out there. And today, many royal fans are curious to learn more about her memorable life.
And they're in luck! According to The Telegraph, the BBC is working on a new documentary about Margaret. The news outlet says it will be about her "life and loves." Could you think you anything more intriguing than that?
The documentary will also allegedly feature interviews with some very prominent people that were in Margaret's life. The outlet reports we will get to watch interviews with authors who have written about her and have knowledge of the royal family including Christopher Warwick, Anne de Courcy, and Craig Brown. In addition, Margaret's childhood friend and eventual lady-in-waiting, Lady Anne Glenconner, will speak about the late royal.
On top of that, we'll hear from Basil Charles, who owned Basil’s Bar on the Carribean Island of Mustique where Margaret often vacationed. "She was a trailblazer, she was a little bit of a rebel. She wanted to have the [royal] life but she also wanted to have a normal life," he allegedly says in the documentary.
Princess Margaret was married to photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones from 1960 until their divorce in 1968. However, she really wanted to marry Peter Townsend, but since he was divorced, the Queen famously wouldn't let them tie the knot.
A release date for the documentary has not yet been revealed, but let's just say we're hoping it comes around the same time as The Crown Season 3 so we can binge away!
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