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Lady in Waiting: My Extraordinary Life in the Shadow of the Crown
The remarkable life of Lady in Waiting to Princess Margaret who was also a Maid of Honour at the Queen's Coronation - and is a character in The Crown this autumn. Anne Glenconner reveals the real events behind The Crown as well as her own life of drama, tragedy and courage, with the wonderful wit and extraordinary resilience which define her.
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Other Side of the Coin: The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe
'Full of gems ... Angela Kelly is a jewel in the crown'Daily Telegraph 'Entertaining and beautifully illustrated'The Sunday Times 'For real intel, [The Crown] can't come close to The Other Side of the Coin by Angela Kelly'The New York Times
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Guarding Diana - Protecting The Princess Around the World: Protecting The Princess Around The World
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Memoirs of an Arabian Princess from Zanzibar
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Leap of Faith: Memoir of an Unexpected Life
The dramatic and inspiring story of one woman's incredible journey into the heart of a man and his nation.
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All About Prince Philip, HRH Duke of Edinburgh: Portrait of a Great British Institution
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Guarding Diana - Protecting The Princess Around the World: Protecting The Princess Around The World
Diana, Princess of Wales - security code name 'Purple Five Two' - travelled all over the world during her incredible life.
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Princess Olga, A Wild and Barefoot Romanov
The fascinating story of the young Romanov princess whose family fled the Russian revolution and who lived in exile, firstly in homes provided by the British Royal family. This is very much a human interest story, told with humour by a down to earth woman.
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17 Carnations: The Windsors, The Nazis and The Cover-Up
The true story of Edward Windsor and Wallis Simpson's involvement with the Nazi regime, and the post-war cover-up.
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Catherine the Great: Selected Letters
Catherine the Great ruled Russian from 1762 until her death in 1796. Her letters provide an intimate history of the Russian state as well as a portrait of her character and qualities.