Meet Georgie & Poppy Carlton. They Were Born into a Life of Privilege, Splendor and Royalty–Almost. These Siblings are Distant Heirs to the Throne. Perhaps It’s Best They Explain it Themselves…
BBC AMERICA’s 1st Original Comedy Series Follows the Two Young British Aristocrats as They Venture Outside the Palace & Across the Pond on Their First Trip to the U.S., Where They Interact with Real-Life, Unsuspecting Everyday Americans in
Almost Royal, a BBC mockmentary that premieres Saturday June 21st with back to back episodes at 10 pm
Crowns and cricket are traded for tobacco and baseball, Buckingham is swapped for Beverly Hills, and instead of tea with the duke and duchess, it’s a protein pump with Fabio and a ride along a Texan range. Georgie and Poppy are about to have their silver spoons plucked from their mouths and their thrones pulled right out from under them.
Georgie and Poppy Carlton are heirs to Caunty Manor, a large country estate in Norfolk, England, where they have enjoyed privileged lives as distant descendants of the British Royal Family. They have agreed to have a camera crew follow them on an unofficial royal tour of the greatest country on earth – the United States of America; an eye-opening expedition that brings them face-to-face with the people of Los Angeles, Boston, Texas, New York, Nashville, Detroit and Washington, D.C. It was their father’s dying wish that his children visit America, a country he loved dearly.