The first fictional autobiographical novel of Queen Elizabeth II based on the latest historical research and true events.
In 1952, at the young age of 26, Elizabeth II became one of the most powerful, famous and influential women of the twentieth century. Now after reigning for 60 years, in this fictional autobiography based on the latest historical research, the Queen looks back on her reign, from her birth during the tumultuous General Strike, her childhood in the royal court of George V, the shock of the Abdication Crisis and of her becoming heir to the throne, surviving the Second World War, her marriage and the sorrowful death of her father making her Queen at last.
Queen Elizabeth II follows her reign from the glorious festivals of the Coronation, the problems of her sister's marriage, her worldwide and exotic tours, the upheaval and troubles of her children's marriages and Diana, to the joyful success of her Golden and Diamond Jubilees and her grandson William's marriage.
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Published June 11, 2012
History, Literature & Fiction.