Gotha

Unscripted

Year of Production

2022

Pitch

Gotha is the comprehensive overview of European and global monarchies! A show that explores, decrypts, and entertains! Who are the royal families of today? What goes on behind the scenes? What are the best-kept secrets of the Gotha? From encounters and trends to answers to the most surprising royal questions, that's the recipe for Gotha!

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The Gotha's Fifties

If Queen Mathilde is celebrating her 50th birthday today, Maxima of the Netherlands, Letizia of Spain, Mette-Marit of Norway, Mary of Denmark, and Claire of Belgium are also reaching the milestone of 50 years. Dominique Henrotte provides an overview of the super-fifty royals of the Gotha.

Are royal Christmases truly enchanting?

How do our crowned heads spend Christmas? Perhaps on the slopes of Megève where the "Snow Queen" has always welcomed the elite in prestigious 5-star hotels. And what if we lifted a corner of the veil? At Buckingham Palace, there's trembling at the foot of the tree. Harry and Meghan have left a double poisoned gift: a documentary and a book... one ...

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How do our crowned heads spend Christmas? Perhaps on the slopes of Megève where the "Snow Queen" has always welcomed the elite in prestigious 5-star hotels. And what if we lifted a corner of the veil? At Buckingham Palace, there's trembling at the foot of the tree. Harry and Meghan have left a double poisoned gift: a documentary and a book... one doesn't know what to choose! For a more serene Christmas, it's better to stay in Belgium: tradition, concerts, and speeches. The ritual is well orchestrated

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The Crown Rebels

The younger princes, often seen as royal rebels, struggle to find their place within the monarchy. For individuals like Harry, Joachim of Norway, or even Princess Margaret, sister of Queen Elizabeth II, being the spare is no easy task. In our country, it's often Prince Laurent who stands out from the crowd, a royal maverick who nonetheless garners ...

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The younger princes, often seen as royal rebels, struggle to find their place within the monarchy. For individuals like Harry, Joachim of Norway, or even Princess Margaret, sister of Queen Elizabeth II, being the spare is no easy task. In our country, it's often Prince Laurent who stands out from the crowd, a royal maverick who nonetheless garners sympathy. We take a closer look at this extraordinary personality! Some royals opt for tattoos, but is it an act of rebellion? Figures like Princess Stéphanie of Monaco, Emmanuel Philibert of Savoy, and even Kate and Camilla sport tattoos. Tell me about your tattoo, and I'll tell you who you are.

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Monaco, Setting sail to the Rock

Heading to Monaco, where Albert II, the eco-conscious prince, opens up to 'Gotha' in an exclusive interview at the heart of his Palace. The rock and the princely family continue to captivate. We delve into the portrait of the new generation, from the highly visible Charlotte Casiraghi to Charles and Gabriella, Albert and Charlene's twins. Monaco ...

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Heading to Monaco, where Albert II, the eco-conscious prince, opens up to 'Gotha' in an exclusive interview at the heart of his Palace. The rock and the princely family continue to captivate. We delve into the portrait of the new generation, from the highly visible Charlotte Casiraghi to Charles and Gabriella, Albert and Charlene's twins. Monaco embodies glamour, but also champions significant causes. Princesses Maria Chiara and Maria Carolina are two engaged and modern royal highnesses

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Princesses 2.0

"The File: Girl Power at the Palace"

The Europe of the 21st century monarchy will certainly be feminine: Elisabeth of Belgium, Leonor of Spain, Victoria of Sweden, Estelle, Ingrid Alexandra of Norway, Amalia of the Netherlands. After a brief historical overview of the three great queens in England, Elizabeth I, Victoria, Elizabeth II, we will ...

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"The File: Girl Power at the Palace"

The Europe of the 21st century monarchy will certainly be feminine: Elisabeth of Belgium, Leonor of Spain, Victoria of Sweden, Estelle, Ingrid Alexandra of Norway, Amalia of the Netherlands. After a brief historical overview of the three great queens in England, Elizabeth I, Victoria, Elizabeth II, we will see that monarchy is not (always) male-dominated.

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