PG | | Biography, Drama, History
A dramatization of the turbulent first years of Queen Victoria's rule, and her enduring romance with Prince Albert.
The 'seaside' scenes were filmed at Belvoir Castle, approximately 70 miles from the sea. The 'sand' is actually on the terrace (roof of the ground floor) of the castle. The surrounding Vale of Belvoir was digitally replaced with 'seawater'.
Oh, and if you think that I will ever forget that you stood by silent and watched him treat me thus, you are dreaming!
In the wedding scene, The Duke of Sussex, Victoria's paternal uncle, is about Victoria's height when he walks her down the aisle. In real life he was much taller than his niece. He'd long since shaved his mustache, and wore "mutton chops" by the time of her wedding.
£1,016,053 (UK) (8 March 2009)
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