William and Harry
Arcade Publishing, 2003 - 310 oldal
William, who turns 21 in 2003, has conquered his natural reticence and is aware he carries the future of the royal family on his shoulders. Harry, his rebellious younger brother, is trying to live up to expectations while attempting to control his wild side. Ingrid Seward, author of the bestselling The Queen & Di, takes a frank and revealing look at the problems that the two boys faced while growing up in the spotlight of royalty and dealing with the breakup of their parents' marriage and the tragic death of their mother, Princess Diana. She also examines their special and often amusing relationships with the Queen and Prince Philip, their relationship with each other, and their closeness to their father. Seward has talked to those who worked most intimately with the boys and helped them through the good and bad times. She reveals how they reacted to their mother's tragic death and how they dealt with Diana's often terrifying celebrity in life.
- An intimate new biography by the bestselling author of The Queen & Di.
- Publication date to coincide with Prince William's 21st birthday on June 21, 2003, which is certain to be widely covered by all media.
- William and Harry are heartthrobs, and their popularity rivals that of the most successful boy bands. This book will have a large crossover appeal: teenage girls will be eager to read about these real-life Prince Charmings.
- Contains some shocking information. For instance, how William was almost killed at his university.
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Seward, author of The Queen and Di, takes a close look at Charles and Di's progeny, Princes William (the heir) and Harry (the"spare"), in this primly trashy dual biography. Unfortunately, for all ... Teljes értékelés elolvasása
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