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Royal Family Life (Amazing and Extraordinary Facts) [Hardcover]

Ruth Binney
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Table of Contents

Accomplished Prince

Henry VIII’s rounded education


The King’s Favourite

The young Princess Victoria


A ‘Stupid Boy’

Bertie’s endless struggles


Boy Sailor

A tough life for Prince George


‘Lost’ Boy

The secret life of Prince John


Unhappy Beginnings

Queen Mary’s sons and their nurses


All Change

The move to the Palace


Their Own Guide Company 20

Elizabeth and Margaret in uniform


Stern Influence

Raising the Princesses


Breaking the Mould

Prince Charles goes to school


A Loveless Marriage

George I, his wife, and his women


One Prince, Two Wives

Prince George makes things legal


Love Match

Victoria and Albert


A Funeral and a Wedding

The story of the royal bride, Mary of Teck


Post War Boost

Elizabeth’s ‘ration book’ wedding


Wed in Secret

Henry VIII’s unseemly haste


Lost Love

Princess Margaret and the war hero


Third Time Lucky

Lady Elizabeth Bowes Lyon, the reluctant royal bride


All For Love

Edward VIII and the divorcée


Fairytale Bride

The private – and public –story


Thoroughly Modern

William and Kate’s wedding highlights


Short-Lived Joys

Queen Catherine’s distress


Prepared for a Boy

The birth of Elizabeth I


No Survivors

The offspring of Queen Anne


No Disappointment

Queen Victoria in labour


Open to View

Tudor arrangements revealed


Royal Love Triangle

Queen Caroline, King George II and      his mistress


Hungry No More

How Queen Victoria changed the rules


Late for Her Own Coronation!

The tardiness of Queen Alexandra


The Bon Vivant

Edward VII’s renowned appetite


A Matter of Manners

Prince David’s dining dilemma


End of an Era

The last banquet


Tupperware Incident

The royal breakfast revealed


Abstemious Monarch

George III and his simple culinary pleasures


For the Royal Table

Carrying on the tradition


Unwanted Intruders

Invaders of the royal privacy


Plantation to Palace

The story of the Buckingham Palace garden


Riding Practice

Inside the Royal Mews


Forever Diana’s

The story of Kensington Palace


‘My Little Paradise’

Osborne House on the Isle of Wight


Opposite Tastes

Artful birthday gifts


PrinceAndrew to the Rescue

Saving Windsor Castle from the flames


Hands-On Gardeners

The transformation of the Royal Lodge


Committed Environmentalist

Prince Charles, dedicated gardener


Holiday Home

The Royal Family’s Highland retreat


Morning Call

The Queen’s personal piper


Norfolk Retreat

Sandringham, the royal country house


Bring on the Bard!

Elizabeth I’s Christmas entertainment


Charlotte, Not Albert

Christmas trees arrive in Britain


Panto ‘Professionals’

The Princesses perform


Voice Across the World

The annual Christmas broadcast


Royal Trailblazer

Queen Victoria takes the train


Perfect Privacy

A royal residence on the move


Joy of Motoring

The Royal Family take the wheel


A Sad Parting

The Royal Yacht Britannia


Royal Collision

The Mistletoe Incident

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