A Royal Night Out (available on DVD now) is the imagined knees-up the sisters went on, from The Ritz to Soho.
To celebrate to the release of the DVD, we spent the evening enjoying our own, modern, Royal night out.
The Queen recalls the night, 'I remember lines of unknown people linking arms and walking down Whitehall, and all of us were swept along by tides of happiness and relief.' They allegedly did the Conga around Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square before entering The Ritz (still doing the Conga) which raised some eyebrows.'
So where does one start if they want to party like a Royal?
For my Royal night out we start at Bumpkin in South Kensington.
Using locally sourced produce the British brasserie is a great place to start your Royal tour. Serving everything from delicious pies to steak and fish, as well as a range of salads and other vegetarian options, it's a great place to have a lunch or early dinner before hitting the town. It's been reported that certain members of the Royal family like to dine at the venue.
For a spot of dinner (they also offer late night dining) Ramusake is perfect for dinner before hitting the tiles. Frequented by Prince Harry and Princess Eugenie, and with Princess Beatrice and Cressida Bonas attending the soft launch when the venue opened, this restaurant/bar is perfect for dinner on your Royal tour. Anyone who is interested in membership can get in touch to make a booking and on the night a member of the team will discuss membership options with you. Membership is currently £250 per year. Situated on the Old Brompton Road in South Kensington, if you love Japanese food it is definitely worth going to the effort of finding a way to dine there.
For pre-drinks try Eclipse in South Kensington. Both members and guests are welcome at the venue. With a number of private areas, it's become popular with celebrities the world over, knowing they can enjoy a night at the venue without being disturbed. Equally if they want to mingle or partake in impromptue performances (if they are musicians), that is also an option.
The final stop on the Royal tour should be Boujis. A favourite again with celebrities and Royals alike, Boujis has clubs in both London and Hong Kong.
Open for more than 10 years, Boujis is the choice for international VIPs, aristocracy and London's elite, providing an unrivalled nightlife experience and regularly playing host to some of the world's most influential and glamorous people.
Its reputation for discretion and professionalism, outstanding cocktails and top class DJs has won Boujis numerous awards and kept its A-list devotees coming back for more.
Undoubtedly the perfect place to bring your Royal night out to a close.
A Royal Night Out is available on Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand, courtesy of Lionsgate Home Entertainment.