Corrected entry: In the scene where Victoria is viewing the House of Hanover family tree for the first time, there is listed under her uncle, William IV and her aunt, Queen Adelaide the names of two deceased daughters, Charlotte (d. 1819) and Elizabeth (d. 1820). Yet, William IV and Queen Adelaide had no children (although William had 10 "illegitimate" children through a previous relationship). Charlotte (d. 1819) was actually the deceased daughter of the previous King, George IV, William's elder brother. "Elizabeth" did not exist, as George IV had no other children, the second brother, Frederick, had no children at all, and William had no children by Adelaide. (00:02:20)annahjo2
Corrected entry: Approx. 30 minutes into the film there is a banquet at which King William (Jim Broadbent) gets blind drunk and shouts at his sister-in-law, the Duchess of Kent (Miranda Richardson). Shortly before his 'outpouring' watch carefully the wine glasses being filled. Or not. One glass becomes more empty - the film has been reversed.Simon
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