Now that the royal wedding has come and gone, it can be tricky for fans of the royal family to keep up with Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Kate Middleton, and more. However, it doesn’t necessarily have to be — and no, we’re not talking about re-watching May 19th’s nuptials — though we wouldn’t blame you if you did!
True Royalty is an online streaming service similar to Netflix or Hulu that offers all royals, all the time. For example, five starter titles you can enjoy on True Royalty include Prince Philip at 90, The Last Dukes, Diana: A Model Princess, The Duke and Duchess of Windsor: The Secret Photos of Their Love Story, and Henry VII: Winter King.
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Additionally, the streaming service is available on a number of different platforms, in a number of different countries. Royal family fans from the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand will all be able to indulge in their monarch fantasies. And if you’re a royal fan on the go, don’t worry. Subscribers will be able to stream from the website, iOS apps, Android OS apps, and on the big screen via casting with either Google Chromecast or Apple AirPlay.
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The best part? You don’t have to sell the family jewels to afford True Royalty. Monthly streaming in the U.S. only costs $5.99 with a yearly price tag of $59.99 — that’s way cheaper than Netflix. That said, just because it’s affordable doesn’t mean they’re going to skimp on the options. True Royalty plans to continually update their range of content. How awesome is that?
This article originally appeared on our sister site, Closer Weekly.