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Experts Tell Us The Best Books About The British Royal Family

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Books About The British Royal Family. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

The Other Side of the Coin by Angela Kelly

This product was recommended by Sally Stevens from FastPeopleSearch

The late Prince Charles may be the most interesting, and probably the most intriguing member of the royal family, and this book brings him out in all his elements. Reading through this book feels like taking a trip right down the British high life, with every little detail, including warts, the love, and the hate coming in the package. In a way, learning who Prince Charles was, what he stood for, and how he ended up in the royal family, is also learning about the royal family. While everything in the book is centered around the Prince’s eccentricities, one also gets rare and sometimes detailed glimpses into Diana’s personality, and that of other members of the royal family. This book is a definite page-turner, if you’re up for some great, albeit a little biased view of the royal family.

Lady in Waiting by Anne Glenconner

This product was recommended by Axel Hernborg from Tripplo

Everything about this beautifully written book is extraordinary! The events, the life and especially the Lady. It gives a glimpse into the life and lessons of Lady Glenconner. Her outlook on life and the way she carries her strength yet keeps warmth is impeccable. This book will definitely make you laugh in some incidents but makes your tears flow as well.

The Diana Chronicles by Tina Brown

This product was recommended by Nataly Kharkina from Green Baby World

My grandparents moved to London after the Second World War. They spent more than 60 years of their life in the UK. In their library, books about the history of Great Britain and the Royal Family occupied a special place. They loved Diana, princess of Wales very much, as all the Britains do. We had a tradition to discuss princess Diana and her kind deeds with grandparents during the evening tea. As the book author Tina Brown mentioned: Diana was grander than the royal family. This book is must read for everyone interested in the royal family history!

Diana by Andrew Morton

This product was recommended by Cacik from Good Carpet Guide

The reason I’m suggesting this book is that no one can describe their own story better than their own tone. This is supposed to be the most accurate memoir of Princess Diana and the history of the Royal family. It ever changed the way the public viewed the British monarchy. Saluted originally with unbelief and sport, the# 1 New York Times bestselling memoir has come a unique erudite classic, not just because of its explosive contents but also because of Diana’s intimate involvement in the publication. Nowise ahead had an elderly royal spoke in such a raw, undressed way about her unhappy marriage, her relationship with the Queen, her extraordinary life inside the House of Windsor, her expedients, her fears, and her dreams. Now, twenty-five times on, chronicler Andrew Morton has redefined the secret videotapes he and the late queen made to reveal astounding new perceptivity into her life and mind. In this completely revised edition of his groundbreaking memoir, Morton considers Diana’s heritage and her applicability to the ultramodern royal family.

Game of Crowns by Christopher Andersen

This product was recommended by Shiv Gupta from Incrementors

Game of Crowns is an in-depth and well-researched examination of the lives of these three extraordinary women, as well as the stunning and sometimes subtle ways in which their lives overlap and connect. Andersen ventures beyond the royal palace gates to show who these three women are now – and how they will directly change the landscape of the monarchy – by examining their startling parallels and dramatic contrasts.

The Book of Royal Useless Information by Noel Botham

This product was recommended by David Adler from The Travel Secret

Despite being a bit different, this book contains valuable information about the interesting history of the British royal family. Although this book takes a different look at a few facts and facts about this family, it is a very interesting book as it presents amazing facts in a humorous way. If you want to get to know this family in-depth, their tastes, their routines, their personality, and much more, this book will tell you everything in a unique way.

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