The Royals (2015–2018)
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In My Heart There Was a Kind of Fighting 

Prince Robert is visited by someone from his past; Prince Liam and Princess Eleanor's demons.

Director:

Tom Vaughan

Writers:

Mark Schwahn (created by), Mark Schwahn | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
William Moseley ... Prince Liam
Alexandra Park ... Princess Eleanor
Merritt Patterson ... Ophelia
Jake Maskall ... Cyrus
Tom Austen ... Jasper
Oliver Milburn ... Ted
Vincent Regan ... King Simon
Elizabeth Hurley ... Queen Helena
Sophie Colquhoun ... Gemma
Ukweli Roach ... Marcus
Hatty Preston ... Princess Maribel
Lydia Rose Bewley ... Princess Penelope
Andrew Bicknell ... Lucius
Victoria Ekanoye ... Rachel
Simon Thomas Simon Thomas ... Nigel Moorefield
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Storyline

As DNA tests prove Cyrus right - Eleanor and Liam are not Simon's children - Eleanor accuses her mother of murdering Robert but is told that he committed suicide. Power hungry Cyrus prepares to be king, ordering Ted to find the hooded man in the CCTV video and giving his married lover as his alibi for Simon's stabbing. Helena also instructs Liam's bodyguard Marcus to find the mystery man. She is well aware of Cyrus's gay secret and summons anti-Royalist Nigel Moorefield to see her, preparing a scenario of her own should anything happen to Cyrus. Eleanor, having been barred from seeing Simon in hospital as she is 'not family', has an encounter with a young man who tells her that he killed Robert and arranges to meet her to tell her the full story. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Release Date:

10 May 2015 (USA) See more »

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References The Lion King (1994) See more »

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Dorian
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Performed by Agnes Obel
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