Andrew Morton is the journalist to whom Diana told her side of the War of the Wales. Now he’s telling about royal bride Meghan Markle, whose stated ambition is to be the next Diana.
Meghan: A Hollywood Princess by Andrew Morton.
Note: There are way, way too many Meghan/Harry books to even try to cover them all.
Author Penny Junor is seen as Prince Charles’ apologist. This book is yet another attempt to make the Diana-worshippers and conspiracy-freaks come around to liking Camilla. I wasn’t a fan of the late Princess of Wales, but this book was just unnecessary. Haters are gonna’ hate. In short–don’t waste more breath (or paper) trying to win converts.
Britain and Russia had ties thru marriage. First, the sister of the Princess of Wales was married to the Russian Tzar. Then Queen Victoria’s granddaughter, Alix of Hesse, married the Tzarevich, Nicholas. This forthcoming book (June 2018) details three visits between the royal families in the years before the Russian Revolution of 1917.
The Imperial Tea Party by Frances Welch.
This biography of Prince Charles actually came out in late March but missed my last list of Royal books somehow. Excerpts were published in a UK newspaper. It’s the one you may have heard about that claims Charles travels with his own bed and all the rest. Why no one has ever seen the bed at
the airport isn’t explained.
Eileen Parker was married to Prince Philip’s one-time buddy and Private Secretary before his behavior merited a divorce. Tell-all books are always with us, but viewers of The Crown may enjoy this one. Excerpts have been published in a British paper. This book was released in December.
Step Aside for Royalty: Treasured Memories of the Royal Household by Eileen Parker.
I Was Anastasia by Ariel Lawhon
Royal Treatment by Melanie Summers
Want more? Here’s the link to my previous royal books post.