Busty Royal Elizabeth Hurley
The Busty Royals is an American television drama series that premiered on E! on March 15, 2015. Created by Mark Schwahn, it is the network’s first scripted series. The show is a loose adaptation of the Michelle Ray novel Falling for Hamlet. E! renewed The Royals for a second season two months before its debut.
Elizabeth Hurley stars as Queen Helena, a fictional contemporary Busty Porno Queen consort of England, along with William Moseley and Alexandra Park as her twin children, Prince Liam and Princess Eleanor, Jake Maskall as Helena’s brother-in-law and nemesis, the new King Cyrus, Tom Austen as Eleanor’s bodyguard and blackmailer, Jasper, and Oliver Milburn as Ted, the Royal Family’s head of security. Season 1 also starred Vincent Regan as Helena’s husband, King Simon and Merritt Patterson as Liam’s love interest, Ophelia.
Helena is the matriarch of a fictional contemporary Busty MILF British royal family who must struggle with both common and atypical family dramas while in the public eye. Twins Prince Liam and Princess Eleanor enjoy the hedonistic pleasures available to them as royals, knowing that their older brother Robert bears the responsibility of being heir to the throne of England. But when Robert is killed, the family is thrown into disarray and a grieving King Simon fears for the future of the monarchy. Unexpectedly next in line for the throne, Liam must adjust to his new role while navigating his attraction to Ophelia, the American daughter of the royal head of security. His self-destructive sister Eleanor finds rock-bottom when her bodyguard turns out to be a conman. Trying to preserve the status quo and keep the royal family under her control, Queen Helena allies herself with Simon’s brother Cyrus to preserve their way of life at any cost.
In April 2013, E! announced several scripted projects it had in development, including The Royals, a “contemporary family ensemble is steeped in all of the regal opulence of the British Monarchy and framed by Shakespeare’s Hamlet.” Deadline.com reported in June 2013 that E! would be producing pilots for The Royals and another series named Songbyrd, which would be the network’s first scripted pilots to date. The Royals was picked up for series in March 2014, to be shot in the United Kingdom and scheduled to debut in 2015. Shooting for the first season began in London in June 2014. In August 2014, E! released its first promotional trailer for The Royals. The first season consisted of ten episodes.
In December 2014, E! announced that the series would premiere on March 15, 2015. The network later announced at the Television Critics Association press tour on January 15, 2015 that the series had been renewed for a second season, two months before its debut. E!’s Executive Vice President of Original Programming & Development Jeff Olde noted that production for season two would begin in London in spring 2015. Shooting officially resumed on June 15, 2015, with season two set to premiere on November 15, 2015. On January 5, 2016, E! renewed The Royals for a third season.
The production uses Blenheim Palace as its fictional royal palace