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Who's your favorite Windsor sister from 'The Crown': Margaret or Elizabeth?
#MargaretFTWinsdor
A festive crown for the winner
#ElizabethFTWinsdor

There’s far more to Netflix’s “The Crown” than opulent dresses and sets. The show follows the story of Elizabeth II (Claire Foy)—current Monarch-in-Chief and head corgi fan—whose reign has seen its fair shares of bumps. Occasionally tangled up in it all is Elizabeth’s younger sister, Margaret (Vanessa Kirby), whose "party princess" persona added a bit of modern color to the Windsor name. Elizabeth, for her part, exudes honor and strength amidst stress. Which Windsor is your favorite?  

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Who's your favorite Windsor sister from 'The Crown': Margaret or Elizabeth?
#MargaretFTWinsdor
#ElizabethFTWinsdor
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Saying Princess Margaret is unlucky in love is a bit of an understatement. In the first season of the series, we’re pulled into the younger royal’s whirlwind romance, which unsurprisingly ends in heartbreak (the rest of the family wasn’t too keen on the prospect of Margaret marrying a divorcée). Audiences root for Margaret, empathizing with her frustration at being a forward-thinking woman stuck in a family that's two centuries behind. 

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The real Margaret was just as rebellious and wild as “The Crown” makes her out to be. She was the OG royal “wild child” and supposedly had an affair with none other than Mick Jagger. Although her romantic life never seemed to achieve stability, Princess Margaret sure as hell knew how to make the best out of a situation that was, to be honest, pretty good to begin with. 
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The greatest part about “The Crown” is that it does away with popular preconceived notions concerning the royal family and, most importantly, assumptions about Queen Elizabeth II. No, she’s not just some stuffy British person that occasionally feeds elephants and dotes on her grandchildren. She accepted a crown she didn’t want in the first place, juggling both her private life and international politics in order to preserve Britain’s esteemed position within the world. And she did so (and continues to do so) with the utmost style and class. 

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Elizabeth is definitely traditional, but that by no means indicates an ignorance or disconnect from the rest of the world. That’s actually what Elizabeth seems to struggle with throughout the series (and, quite possibly, historically as well)—the battle between upholding sacred traditions and embracing the future so the royal family and country can prosper. In this light, Elizabeth II may be considered one of the most prolific bosses of all times. 

FINAL RESULTS
Who's your favorite Windsor sister from 'The Crown': Margaret or Elizabeth?
#MargaretFTWinsdor
A festive crown for the winner
#ElizabethFTWinsdor
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