Can’t get enough of the British Royal Family? Maybe you’ve binge watched The Crown and now you’re ready for more tea on the ever-fascinating House of Windsor. From the loss of the beloved Princess Diana, the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, to the controversial departure of Meghan and Harry and so much more, these biographies and memoirs have all the behind the scenes moments that make up the infamous monarchy.
Spare by Prince Harry
Two young princes follow behind the coffin of their mother Diana, Princess of Wales. One of the most memorable yet harrowing images of the twentieth century that left the world wondering what would be next for the two young brothers. Now, Prince Harry the Duke of Sussex is a man, and he is finally ready to tell the story of his journey through self-examination, revelation, and hard-won wisdom since the passing of his mother, Princess Diana.
Revenge by Tom Bower
An explosive tell-all that documents Meghan Markle’s climb to stardom, from her role on Suits, to her fairytale ending—marrying Prince Harry at the Windsor castle in 2018. But what seemed like a fresh new era for the British Royal Family soon turned into a nightmare, leaving the world to wonder if the ruptured relationships can be mended, and what is next for Meghan and Harry?
Brothers and Wives by Christopher Andersen
This book explores the last twenty years of brothers William and Harry’s life as they navigate the loss of their mother, one of them the designated heir, and one deemed the spare. Following their marriages to Kate and Meghan and controversies that come with life in the royal family, Andersen leaves no stones unturned as he questions what’s in store for the brothers and their relationship after Harry’s departure from the royal family.
The Queen Mother by William Shawcross
In this official biography we witness the life and death of Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon, also known Queen Elizabeth II’s mother and consort to King George VI, through unrestricted access to her papers, diaries, and letters. The life of the Queen Mother, born August 4, 1900 and living over a century, offers a singular history of Britain in the twentieth century, while also offering vivid details into the personal biography of the Queen.
The Palace Papers by Tina Brown
Offering an inside look at the truth and turmoil inside the House of Windsor, The Palace Papers picks up where The Diana Chronicles leaves off, showing how the royal family was able to reinvent itself after the horrific tragedy. The Palace Papers is a clever and witty account of the royal family that will forever change the way you see them.
The Diana Chronicles by Tina Brown
Famed journalist Tina Brown wrestles with the questions of Diana’s celebrity and place in the royal family asking: Was Diana the People’s Princess, with her beauty and humanitarianism, or were her efforts a manipulative attempt at taking down the monarchy? Featuring an all-female cast, Brown takes a look at the family that shaped who Diana was, including her relationship with the Queen.
Victoria: The Queen by Julia Baird
A story of love, devotion, strength and sorrow, Victoria: The Queen is about a woman who ruled an Empire. When Victoria was born in 1819, the world was a different place. Fifth in line to the crown, she would eventually grasp the crown, relishing in the freedom it gave her. With previously unpublished accounts into her marriage and later on, her controversial relationship with servant John Brown, Baird offers insight into a queen that symbolized security and steadfastness during a time of immense change.
Elizabeth the Queen by Sally Bedell Smith
A captivating look at the decades long reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Bringing us inside the palace and into the daily routines of the queen, as well as into her most personal and intimate relationships with her husband, her children, her grandchildren, and her friends.
Prince Charles by Sally Bedell Smith
King Charles III, the first king of Britain since 1952, is much more complex and compelling than we knew, until now. Shedding light on Princess Diana’s death and his marriage to Camilla, Sally Bedell Smith uncovers keen new details and contradictions of a man preparing to become king.
The Last of the Duchess by Caroline Blackwood
In 1980, Caroline Blackwood was assigned an article about the aging Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson. But scheduling a brief interview with Simpson proved to be difficult, and the woman who once inspired a king to abdicate his crown was now being mysteriously gatekept by her lawyer, Maître Suzanne Blum. It wasn’t until sixteen years later that Blackwood reveals her experience in uncovering the story of Wallis Simpson’s final years.
Diana: Finally, the Complete Story by Sarah Bradford
With exclusive access to those that were closest to Princess Diana, Bradford takes us into the palace to finally distinguish truth from lie. Remarkable new sources offer an insightful look into the heart of the royal family, providing a complex and explosive look at the fascinating woman Diana was.
Revenge by Tom Bower
An explosive tell-all that documents Meghan Markle’s climb to stardom, from her role on Suits, to her fairytale ending: marrying Prince Harry at the Windsor castle in 2018. But what seemed like a fresh new era for the British Royal Family soon turned into a nightmare, leaving the world to wonder if the ruptured relationships can be mended, and what is next for Meghan and Harry?
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