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    Prince Albert, Duke of York/Bertie: INFP or ISTJ (seems as though he were stuck in an Fi-Si rut) 6w5

    Lionel Logue: ESFJ 2w1

    Anyone else seen the movie/have thought concerning type?

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    Inspiring movie and the humor in was just what I like, especially Helena's character.

    Bertie, may be a infp or isfj. That's probably more my projecting since I related to him on personal level. Instant connection.

    What do think about Helena's Elizabeth? What type do think she is?

    I wish I could find a therapist like Lionel? So awesome.

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    I thought that ISFJ could be a possibility; any reason you think why?

    Helena Elizabeth, seems ENFJ to me.

    And yes, Lionel is so awesome.

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    King George VI: ISTJ 6w5
    Lionel Logue: EXFP 7w6
    Queen Elizabeth: ESTJ 1w2
    King Edward VIII: ESTP 7w8
    King George V: ESTJ 8w7

    I am only just getting the hang of typing with enneagram so I'm less sure of those
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    Those see, about right.

    Why ESTJ for Queen Elizabeth?

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    Bertie: ISTJ (no, for fuck's sake, he was NOT an INFP)

    Lionel Logue: ExxP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    Why ESTJ for Queen Elizabeth?
    I'm not sure how much I'm going on the character or if its more of a combination of that with what I know about her IRL. I think we can agree she certainly seems to be a SJ, so to narrow it down from there: she is extremely matter of fact and to the point; she takes charge of the situation with decisive flair; she is self-confident and committed; she is friendly and charming but not overly warm; and she also has that ESTJ cheekiness.

    And I suppose I also contrast her with her husband. They're rather alike but she was always the stronger, more outgoing one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Kross View Post
    I'm not sure how much I'm going on the character or if its more of a combination of that with what I know about her IRL. I think we can agree she certainly seems to be a SJ, so to narrow it down from there: she is extremely matter of fact and to the point; she takes charge of the situation with decisive flair; she is self-confident and committed; she is friendly and charming but not overly warm; and she also has that ESTJ cheekiness.

    And I suppose I also contrast her with her husband. They're rather alike but she was always the stronger, more outgoing one.
    Good reasoning, I'm inclined to agree.

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