Prince William by Penny Junor
The Man Who Will Be King

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From New York Times bestselling author Penny Junor comes the first definitive portrait of the man who will be king of England—and the story of his relationship with the woman who will be his queen.
 

About Penny Junor

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Penny Junor is the author of The Firm: The Troubled Life of the House of Windsor; Charles: Victim or Villain and the New York Times bestselling Diana: Princess of Wales.á She is the co-author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Wonderful Tonight (with Patti Boyd) and lives in London.
 
Published June 5, 2012 by Pegasus Books. 352 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Non-fiction

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The British Royal Family has long been the subject of passionate interest and gobs of gossip%E2%80%94from the tragic sort, the sordid, and the celebratory: pestering paparazzi drove Princess Diana to

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The British Royal Family has long been the subject of passionate interest and gobs of gossip—from the tragic sort, the sordid, and the celebratory: pestering paparazzi drove Princess Diana to her death, News of the World reported that Prince Harry had been smoking pot, and millions showed up an...

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The Telegraph

To his parents, the baby William “was quite simply the best thing .

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The Bookbag

What was pleasing - and it's not something which I've seen a great deal of elsewhere - was the influence which the Queen has had on William and the extent to which he relies on her advice and guidance.

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We learn little about William as a child except that, when he was born, he was destined to be “the most English monarch since Elizabeth i”, being 39 per cent English, 16 per cent Scottish, 6.25 per cent Irish, 6.25 per cent American and 32.5 per cent German.

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The Sydney Morning Herald

With two royal biographies under her belt, she knows her boundaries, so we learn that at 10, distressed by his mother's sobbing, William pushes tissues under the bathroom door and says, ''I hate to see you sad.'' When the Queen strips Diana of her HRH status, he says, ''I don't mind what you're c...

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The Sunday Times

From £1,865ppThe Crown Estate - London - Salary - £19,371The University of Nottingham - Ningbo China - CompetitiveNorfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust - Norfolk or Suffolk - Circa £45,000 p.a.World Child Cancer - London - £70 - £79,9992012/62 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 Spyder 750 Miles in N...

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Spectator Book Club

What’s more, they’ll still be doing their royal duty long after the latest crop of palace news managers have collected their PR Industry Awards and gone off to the private sector, taking their royal address books with them.

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