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When their relationship is made public, the two wed in an elaborate ceremony that is admired by those who embrace the and criticized by politicians who are shocked at the amount of money spent on the occasion while their constituents are struggling to get by on meager wages.
and try to present a united front for the press, but their scheme backfires when they are criticized for their lavish lifestyle in the tropics.
To escape the limelight, Margaret invites herself to the country home of her friends Rachel and Curly Burke. Roddy suggests she stay with him at his cottage, which he shares with a commune of friends, to avoid the press, but a diligent photographer manages to catch them in an embrace.
Tony Armstrong-Jones then announces the couple will divorce.
Margaret's continued drinking, experimentation with drugs, and deepening depression lead to her being hospitalized for several weeks for what is described as "exhaustion".
After her release, she returns to Roddy, who announces he is marrying one of his housemates. [She] makes it all worth watching, conveying the contradictions - she can be down to earth and snotty all at once - that surely helped render Margaret an object of fascination in her time. [who] is really quite affecting." [  ] Awards and nominations In the 2006 British Academy Television Awards, the film was nominated for Best Single Drama, and nominations went to Lucy Cohu for Best Actress, Simon Cellan Jones for Best Director, and James Keast for Best Costume Design.
Margaret departs for Mustique, and in the film's final moments she is seen standing in the surf and pondering her future. In his review in "Variety", Brian Lowry called the film "engaging if somewhat tawdry" and "occasional fun" and added, "Lucy Cohu does deliver a regal, rollicking performance in the title role . Yet even with its sumptuous production values as Margaret jet-sets her way across the globe, it's a lightweight confection, especially when held up against the BBC's tony track record with historical fare. Propelling [it] along at breakneck speed is the lusty, vibrant performance by Lucy Cohu .
In other words, some BBC America productions are really outstanding, and some of them aren't." [ [, Paul Mavis observed, "At times funny and satirical, at other times raunchy and low down, "The Queen's Sister" is always fast-moving and involving .
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