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The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana (1982)

The story of the courtship of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, told at a time when their union still seemed to be a match made in heaven.

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... Lady Diana Spencer
Christopher Baines ... Charles, Prince of Wales
... Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother
... Queen Elizabeth II
... Mr. Griffiths
... Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Barbara Caruso ... Countess Raine Spencer
... Frances Shand Kydd
... Earl Spencer
John Hadden ... Prince Andrew
... Prince Edward (as Michael Knight)
Estella Masters ... Sarah Spencer
... Samantha Edwards
Ibbits Warriner ... Kate
Roberta Wallach ... Princess Marguerite
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The story of the courtship of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, told at a time when their union still seemed to be a match made in heaven.

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Die Romanze von Charles und Diana  »

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Lady Diana Spencer was played by Catherine Oxenberg. In reality, Oxenberg is a blood relative of the British Royal Family; her mother, Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia, is the second cousin of Prince Charles as Princess Elizabeth's own mother Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark was the first cousin of Prince Charles' father Prince Philip. See more »

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I'd forgotten about this movie until it turned up on TV recently...
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It mainly gets the stars for it's cast from the golden era of Hollywood and because it's a fun time capsule. The movie deals with the "romance" before Charles and Diana get married. Note the date - this was before the whole controversy over Camilla so this was back in the days people thought Charles and Diana were a romantic love story. For people who were around and remember the whole media frenzy surrounding the Charles/Diana wedding it's a fun time capsule and the acting was decent in it. Catherine Oxenberg did one of the best jobs playing Diana that I have seen. Diana gave her approval for this film to be made so that could be why. They intersperse footage of the actual wedding with the actors from the movie.


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