The Crown: Beryl
December 13, 2017 9:08 PM - Season 2, Episode 4 - Subscribe

When Elizabeth and Philip throw a grand party for their 10th anniversary, both Margaret and the new Prime Minister experience romantic tribulations.
posted by Cash4Lead (10 comments total)
 
Historical massaging aside, I really enjoyed the introduction of Lord Snowdon, and I thought Matthew Goode and Vanessa Kirby had some very sensual, velvety chemistry. Of course, at this point I adore VK and wish they'd let her play Margaret forever so maybe she would have chemistry with a rock...but Matthew Goode clearly had a lot of naughty fun inhabiting Antony Armstrong-Jones. I really enjoyed this particular episode. Or at least all the bits with Margaret and Tony. Don't remember a thing about any of QEII's plotline in this one.
posted by angeline at 12:40 PM on December 14, 2017 [2 favorites]


This particular episode was interesting, because I keep assuming some storylines are made up for filler, but instead, are all true. Well, I don’t know about the duel, but how the almost-engagement happened and how it was broken.
posted by corb at 5:55 AM on December 15, 2017


I sometimes feel like Margaret inhabits her own series that occassionally has a cross-over episode with the Crown.
posted by nubs at 9:30 AM on December 15, 2017 [14 favorites]


*whispers* I would watch that.
posted by angeline at 12:03 PM on December 15, 2017 [9 favorites]


I would too, but I don't think it airs in this universe. I imagine that the universe that has that series is somewhat bemused when Margaret has to deal with her sister in these episodes.
posted by nubs at 2:57 PM on December 15, 2017 [2 favorites]


Oh Margaret...
posted by elsietheeel at 7:12 PM on December 16, 2017


The avid photographer's camera in the opening scene is gorgeous.
posted by porpoise at 9:19 PM on December 16, 2017 [1 favorite]


And was that avid photographer Anthony Armstrong-Jones aka Lord Snowdon aka Mr Princess Margaret?
posted by elsietheeel at 10:41 PM on December 16, 2017 [1 favorite]


No duel but hey, more slander (if you can slander the dead) and it serves to introduce Colin Tennant, future owner of the island of Mustique. Ugh, Margaret was not a nice person.
posted by TWinbrook8 at 4:14 AM on December 18, 2017


Weird British post-war avocado recipies!
posted by the man of twists and turns at 2:16 PM on January 1, 2018


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