Not going to comment on most of the 50th stuff, as I have yet to see it, but I just thought I’d comment on Queen Elizabeth’s quote:
I know I have the body of a weak, feeble woman
I’m of the mind that she may have been rolling her eyes inwardly. A woman as strong as she couldn’t possibly have thought herself weak. Horrible father or not (or perhaps because of), I think she may have thought that there was nothing wrong with being a woman.
Of course, even though I am a historian, Queen Elizabeth is not my forte, so I could be wrong. But based on what I know of her, I think it could be quite possible that that quote was tongue-in-cheek pandering to men who would take offense - and possibly not be her allies - if she didn’t acknowledge her “inferiority.”
In any case, I do agree wholeheartedly that Moffat misinterpreted what that line meant.