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Kate: The Future Queen Hardcover – September 17, 2013
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"Part modern fairy tale, part royal love story, Kate: The Future Queen is the definitive account of how commoner Kate Middleton met her prince and became the Duchess of Cambridge."
"[I]f like us you're obsessed with all things K-Mid, you need this book in your life."
"You'll be glued to [Kate: The Future Queen] and simultaneously wish Kate ahem, Catherine was your best friend. With all the juicy details about her life (many of which have never before been revealed), maybe you can just pretend she is!"
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"An entertaining, richly photographed book . . . Chattily and fondly Ms. Nicholl chronicles the boys' lives and gives Kate ample treatment."
New York Times Book Review
"Reveals juicy tidbits ahead of a royal wedding."
"Talk about perfect timing! Just as news of Prince William's engagement broke, royal watcher Katie Nicholl's book about the future king hit the stores. Full of insights and juicy details about both young men, it's a must for any fans of the royals."
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I think the author sat in front of her PC, sorted previous clippings and web items and put this book together. This book is another rehash attempt at making a buck from off the Cambridges and failed.
Author also seems to enjoy run on sentences. Punctuation can make it break a thought. I can firmly say that I won't buy another book written by Ms. Nicholl.
I really enjoyed learning about Catherine as just Catherine. She has lived quite an interesting life and it shows how well rounded she is. Enjoyed hearing from those who knew her way back when.