This little movie is a well produced gem of a documentary as one would expect it to be when the subject is the royal family. You get to see a rare view of the family's collection of personal items that consists of drawings, watercolors, and assorted craft items that go all the way back to Mary, Queen of Scots. It's as if we have been invited into assorted rooms in a palace to see some handmade items made by a friend's relatives. In this case, it's the hobby craft of an exclusive lot that reveals their private needs for self-expression, or in some cases, something to do before you get your head chopped off. But it's Charles, HRH, the Prince of Wales, who is our guide mostly, and we see this much maligned gentleman in his most relaxed and witty manner, chatting off the cuff and making us all feel very welcome. You see, they are humans too, much like the rest of us, but only slightly different.