The Duke complained, "I am the only man in the country not allowed to give his name to his own children. Parties and events took place throughout the Commonwealth, many coinciding with her associated national and Commonwealth tours.
However, the film is accurate in depicting Janvrin as the person who delivered the news of Diana's accident to the Queen at Balmoral during the night. We know, every one of us, that in the end all will be well.
Had she refused to suspend Parliament against his advice, as some had hopeda constitutional crisis would have been the likely result. Britain went to war with Argentina over the Falkland Islands, a clash that lasted for several weeks.
Every decision she makes on matters of politics is guided by the advice she receives from government ministers which is why, when Johnson asked the Queen to suspend Parliament, she acceded.
But the procedural move was read by some as tacit approval from Buckingham Palace; several headlines framed the suspension as one in which the Queen had a say. While those loyal to the Brexit cause have suggested that the Queen is secretly on their sidethose opposed to it have held out hope that she might yet swoop in to join theirs.
Inhowever, the Rhodesian Prime Minister, Ian Smithin opposition to moves towards majority rule, unilaterally declared independence while expressing "loyalty and devotion" to Elizabeth.
Elizabeth was quiet and reserved while Philip was boisterous and outspoken.
What about the rest of the royal family? One possible scenario that could fall within constitutional-crisis territory is the prime minister advising the Queen against giving royal assent to a bill that would limit his ability to pursue a no-deal Brexit.
Elizabeth II has thus made visits to other countries as head of the Commonwealth and a representative of Britain, including a groundbreaking trip to Germany in