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- DescriptionThe Reader's Digest Magazine has a long and close association with the Royal Family. This book, reproduced from the magazine archives, features the best of those accounts. There are first-person recollections - such as a Saskatchewan man's memories of the royal visit of George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Moose Jaw, Canada in 1939, profiles of family members and even a special Silver Jubilee Supplement. These are royal writings from less frenetic decades, featuring memorable insights: Prince Charles, queueing for his 5s 6d dinner at Cambridge University beneath a portrait of his ancestor, Henry VIII; the late Queen Mother laying a foundation stone as if she has just descovered a new and delightful way of spending an afteron plus surprising details of the household (from 1957); Sometimes, perhaps one evening in 20, she and Philip can dine alone.
- Author BiographyJennie Bond was the BBC's royal correspondent for 14 years, covering a period of many changes for the monarchy. She is the author of Reporting Royalty, which tells the story of those years, and Elizabeth, an illustrated biography of the Queen.
- Author(s)Reader's Digest
- PublisherReader's Digest
- Date of Publication25/05/2012
- SubjectBiography: Royalty
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintReader's Digest
- Content Note70 colour & b/w illustrations
- Width132 mm
- Height184 mm
- Spine17 mm
- Foreword byJennie Bond
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