In the new issue of All About History, we speak to royal historian Robert Lacey about how realistic The Crown, a drama about Queen Elizabeth II’s early years, really is.
To mark season one of The Crown being released on Blu-ray and DVD this month, we have a prize fit for a queen. This includes an English Heritage Family Pass, The Crown: Season One — The Platinum Edition and a copy of Robert Lacey’s book The Crown: The Inside Story.
The English Heritage Family Pass covers one adult and six children, giving you unlimited access to over 400 historic places, including Stonehenge and Dover Castle. Membership will also give you free or reduced price entry to hundreds of exciting events.
Along with the first series of The Crown, the box set also includes a newspaper article from 2 June 1953, the day of Elizabeth’s coronation, plus an exclusive nickel-plated collector’s coin with its own display case, an art card of the House of Windsor’s family tree and an enticing sample of The Crown: The Inside Story.
If this isn’t enough, we also have a complete copy of Lacey’s companion guide to give away, which separates fact and fiction for viewers who want to know the real history of Queen Elizabeth’s reign.
One winner will take home all of these prizes, while three runners-up will each receive The Crown: Season One on DVD or Blu-ray and The Crown: The Inside Story.
For your chance to win, answer the question below…