Whether you love them or are a little "meh" about them, the royal family continue to be an endless source of fascination.
The most famous family in the world (just inching ahead of the Kardashians?) have fame, fortune, scandal, a very long and interesting history and are the real life versions of the fairytale world of princes and princesses. Which explains why the royal family are so often the subjects of films and TV series which are then watched in their million as viewers hope for a further glimpse into the walls of Buckingham Palace.
With all this in mind, we rounded up the best TV shows and films about the Windsors.
IMDB says: Follows the political rivalries and romance of Queen Elizabeth II's reign and the events that shaped the second half of the 20th century.
We say: If you haven't watched it yet (HOW?!) binge watch both series immediately and be prepared to learn a lot about both the royal family and British history. Hurry and watch it before the third season (and new cast changes - hellooooo Helena Bonham Carter) come potentially late this year or early 2019
IMDB says: Prince Charles' fictional accession to the throne following the Queen's death. When he refuses to sign a controversial bill into law, political chaos ensues: a constitutional crisis, street riots and a tank in front of Buckingham Palace.
We say: Erm, hopefully this is not what actually happens....
IMDB says: The story of King George VI of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, his impromptu ascension to the throne and the speech therapist who helped the unsure monarch become worthy of it.
We say: Colin Firth and Helena Bonham Carter? Together? Playing a royal couple? Sold. Also, this film is fascinating and you can see why
Mark Darcy Colin Firth won an Oscar.
IMDB says: When Queen Victoria's husband dies, she finds solace in her trusted servant, Mr. Brown, but their relationship also brings scandal and turmoil.
We say: It's a classic. Legendary actress Judi Dench won a Golden Globe and BAFTA for the role in 1998 and Billy Connolly was also brilliant in the beautifully shot film.
IMDB says: A dramatic series about the reign and marriages of King Henry VIII.
We say: Who knew Tudors could be so sexy?
IMDB says: After the death of Princess Diana, Queen Elizabeth II struggles with her reaction to a sequence of events nobody could have predicted.
We say: Helen Mirren is the OG Queen (apart from the actual Queen) while Michael Sheen is uncanny as former Prime Minister Tony Blair. Set in the week after the tragic death of Princess Diana, the film uses both acting and real footage to tell the story of a week in 1997 that shook the country.
IMDB says: The early life of Queen Victoria, from her ascension to the throne at the tender age of 18 to her courtship and marriage to Prince Albert.
We say: Jenna Coleman is great and the programme also shows another side to the famous Queen, one warmer and kinder than the scary ruler she's often portrayed as.
IMDB says: Two sisters contend for the affection of King Henry VIII.
We say: Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson have English accents which is interesting. While the film's historical accuracy has been doubted, it's largely believed Henry VIII did have an affair with both Boleyn sisters - Anne (Portman) and Mary (Johansson) which is pretty grim.
IMDB says: At university, Prince William and Kate Middleton fall in love. However, their relationship becomes strained under intense media scrutiny.
We say: Is it cringe overload? Yes. Is it historically accurate? Probably not. Is the acting good? Um.
Do we care about any of these things when looking for a fuzzy film to watch hungover? No.
IMDB says: After the downfall of Cardinal Wolsey, his secretary, Thomas Cromwell, finds himself amongst the treachery and intrigue of King Henry VIII's court and soon becomes a close advisor to the King, a role fraught with danger.
We say: Interesting to see a pre-Crown Claire Foy in another royal role. Plus, the series is actually pretty gripping and brutal, at times, but this is to be expected with the Tudor period.
IMDB says: Queen Victoria strikes up an unlikely friendship with a young Indian clerk named Abdul Karim.
We say: An interesting insight into a lesser known part of the iconic Queen's life.