The Crown Season 1 Episode 8 “Pride & Joy” :- Watch The Crown Season 1 Episode 8 “Pride & Joy” on Youtube on Fire, While we are often reminded that the central conflict of the first season of The Crown is between Elizabeth the woman and Elizabeth the Queen, the eighth episode focuses on another pair of women in opposition: Elizabeth and her sister, Margaret. That opposition begins with the teaser, wherein the Queen Mother tells her daughters that she can’t bear to give a speech at the unveiling of her late husband’s statue. Margaret, still resenting her sister for having sent Peter Townsend away without saying goodbye, argues that she, as her father’s favorite, deserves to deliver the address; Elizabeth dismisses her sister’s insult, however, with the reminder that she is the head of the family, and says she will speak at the ceremony. When she goes low, you go high, Your Majesty. After that sad scene, Winston Churchill watches another, in the form of newsreel footage of anti-British riots in Gibraltar. The Queen and her husband are about to embark on a tour of the empire, and many of their advisers think that Elizabeth isn’t ready for a diplomatic endeavor of such scale, in such a fraught political environment. But Churchill’s not having it: “What is it you would have the Queen do? Stay at home in the wake of minor incidents prosecuted by insurgent rabble?” he says, as only he can. “What kind of a signal would that send?” So it’s decided: The Queen is going abroad, and she’ll need a whole new wardrobe to do it in. Cut to Elizabeth.
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Release: 4 November 2016
IMDB Rating: 8.5/10
Director: Philip Martin
Stars: Claire Foy, Matt Smith, Vanessa Kirby