Fight director Roberta Brown and technical advisor Chris Halstead trained Alex Kingston in sword-fighting and riding a chariot in the suburban neighborhood of Los Angeles. But during training, a policeman arrived. Alex Kingston explained about Boudica, and the policeman, who liked to research historical figures, was impressed asked when Boudica would be on television, and allowed them to continue training.
First-century reports tell that Boudica had two daughters, but fail to mention their names. Dramatic or fictionalized accounts often make up names for these daughters for narrative purposes. The fate of the daughters is not known: some legends have them both perishing along with Boudica, while others have one or both surviving and living on in obscurity.
In the books and the audio productions of "Doctor Who", the 4th Doctor (Tom Baker), The 7th Doctor (Sylvester McCoy) and the 10th Doctor (David Tennant) encountered Boudica and yet again, the 1st Doctor (William Hartnell) met Emperor Nero, whom Boudica led her tribe in rebellion against. Alex Kingston (Boudica) plays River Song in "Doctor Who".
The trivia item below may give away important plot points.
In the narrative behind Isolda's ghost waking up on the battlefield and Magior flashing his magic orb at her, which Isolda's ghost vanishes and we cut to present London, where a woman whom resembles Isolda is seen walking past the statue of Boudica. Maigor used the magic orb to spiritually revive Isolda and to ensure the bloodline of the Celtic Icenic people is continued past the deaths of the tribal king, queen and warriors and the young woman in present day London resembling Isolda is her great descendant.