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Wanted to know of Diana s sons.
Too much about the queen and
The selfishness and triads of
The Charles would be king is interesting.
Very much so.
Very interesting about what the royal family do especially raising money for charity.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
It is a rather slow read but quite insightful. I would recommend it for anyone intrigued by the British royalty.Published 4 months ago by Elayne Allen
I found this book a bit boring. Too much about staff and not enough about what really goes on. She loves the Queen, disliked Diana, and finds most of the rest of the family... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Maureen Willenborg
Ah, the royal family. Full of passion, tension and faux pas.Published 7 months ago by F. Denise Roe
A most interesting, and in the end, hopeful look at British monarchy and it's future, as well as detailed descriptions of the inner workings of the palaces and formal residences of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Miranda Rand
I am not basically a royalist, but I enjoyed reading this fascinating book, it gave a real insight to the Royals, Palace and the life the Royals lead.Published 9 months ago by Linda
Incredibly boring. I only managed to read a little less than half. If you want to read pages and pages and pages about how royal household's accounts work, buy this. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Katie