With the little royal bundle joining us, it's no surprise that the world has British fever at the moment.
The fever pitch is especially high here in Canada, where we hold British traditions close to our hearts. While we might not necessarily agree with the monarchy and sometimes we eschew our ties to the Commonwealth, our history isn't something we can ignore.
And for those Canadians who can't be in the heart of London to celebrate the arrival of Kate Middleton and Prince William's child, Netflix Canada has you covered with several British movies and TV series. From "The Office U.K." to "Vanity Fair," Netflix Canada has a wide selection for you to channel your inner Brit.
Keep calm and carry on!
"The Office," Seasons 1 And 2
Set in suburban London at a dysfunctional paper company, this caustic British sitcom follows the day-to-day troubles of the firm's uninspired desk jockeys while a documentary team captures every cringe-inducing moment on film.
"Never Let Me Go"
Based on Kazuo Ishiguro's acclaimed novel, this sci-fi drama from director Mark Romanek is centered on 30-something Kathy, who reflects on her time spent at Hailsham, an English boarding school, alongside classmates Ruth and Tommy. Born for an unusual reason, the three struggle with their destiny and their love triangle. Charlotte Rampling plays headmistress Miss Emily.
"The Young Victoria"
Eighteen-year-old British royal Victoria ascends to the throne and is romanced by future husband Prince Albert in this lush period film that chronicles the early years of the British monarch's larger-than-life reign.
"The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel"
To make the most of their meagre retirement savings, a group of British seniors moves to India to live out their golden years at the Marigold Hotel. But upon arrival, they discover the once-lavish resort has wilted considerably.
"Shakepeare In Love"
Young Shakespeare is forced to stage his latest comedy, "Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate's Daughter," before it's even written. When a lovely noblewoman auditions for a role, they fall into forbidden love -- and his play finds a new life (and title). As their relationship progresses, Shakespeare's comedy soon transforms into tragedy. This bittersweet romance won seven Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Actress.
Driven from her post at Thornfield House by her love for her brooding employer and his secret past, young governess Jane Eyre reflects on her youth and the events that led her to the misty moors in this artful adaptation of Charlotte Brontë's novel.
An American man and a British woman fall madly in love while attending college in Los Angeles. But when she returns to London, their trust is tested, forcing them to confront the idea that their love may be impermanent.
In this period drama loosely based on Jane Austen's most autobiographical novel, penniless heroine Fanny Price is sent to live with wealthy relatives in 1800s England, where her wit and writing talent find the room -- and circumstance -- to grow.
In this sumptuous film version of William Makepeace Thackeray's famous novel, lower-class vixen Becky Sharp uses her good looks and considerable wit to climb her way up the precipitous social ladder of 1820s London.
"Paddington Bear Goes To The Movies"
With his trademark duffel coat and hat, Paddington may look like he's ready for a storm, but when a trip to the movies and a sudden shower inspire the bear to dance in the downpour, you may decide otherwise.
"Thomas & Friends: 10 Years Of Thomas"
Celebrate Thomas the Tank Engine's 10-year anniversary as a beloved friend and teacher to kids all over the world with this special collection of 10 classic episodes. Each episode begins with a live-action introduction in which kids explain why they love their favorite characters so much, and as a special bonus, there's a grand finale featuring the program's music and all the friends that lucky Thomas has made over the last decade.