Wow! So many new books about royalty (and soon-to-be-royalty), so little time to read them all! Here’s your sneak peek.
Meghan: A Hollywood Princess by Andrew Morton. A biography of the American actress who won Prince Harry’s heart.
American Princess: The Love Story of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry by Leslie Carroll. Leads readers through centuries of Britain’s royal romances and offers a glimpse into Meghan Markle’s life.
The Duchess by Penny Junor. This biography of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall argues that she helped restore the British royal family’s reputation.
‘Bad’ King John by Sean McGlynn. The author’s research shows that English king John’s reputation for evil and incompetence is well deserved.
Daughters of the Winter Queen by Mary Goldstone. Elizabeth Stuart, wife of Frederick V of the Palatinate, was forced with her family into exile. She and her daughters faced danger, tragic loss, and betrayal.
The Imperial Tea Party by Frances Welch. After the 1894 marriage of Queen Victoria’s favourite granddaughter to future tsar Nicholas II, meetings between British and Russian royalty were beset by misfortunes.
Francis I by Leonie Frieda. A biography of the 16th century monarch who turned France into a great nation.
As always, publication dates are subject to change. The full list of new royalty books will be published on the Royalty.nu Books page on April 1. But you don’t have to wait till then — you can go there right now to see all of February and March’s new books!
If I could only read one of the books listed above… oh, it’s hard to choose. But I guess I’ll go with Andrew Morton’s book about Meghan Markle because, yes, I have caught royal wedding fever. Which book would you choose?