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Finding Freedom - Harry And Meghan And The Making Of A Modern Royal Family (Paperback): Omid Scobie, Carolyn Durand Finding Freedom - Harry And Meghan And The Making Of A Modern Royal Family (Paperback)
Omid Scobie, Carolyn Durand 4
R340 R272 Discovery Miles 2 720 Save R68 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

When news of the budding romance between a beloved English prince and an American actress broke, it captured the world's attention and sparked an international media frenzy. But while the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have continued to make headlines - from their engagement, wedding, and birth of their son Archie to their unprecedented decision to step back from their royal lives - few know the true story of Harry and Meghan.

For the very first time, FINDING FREEDOM goes beyond the headlines to reveal unknown details of Harry and Meghan's life together, dispelling the many rumours and misconceptions that plague the couple on both sides of the pond.

As members of the select group of reporters that cover the British Royal Family and their engagements, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand have witnessed the young couple's lives as few outsiders can. With unique access and written with the participation of those closest to the couple, FINDING FREEDOM is an honest, up-close, and disarming portrait of a confident, influential, and forward-thinking couple who are unafraid to break with tradition, determined to create a new path away from the spotlight, and dedicated to building a humanitarian legacy that will make a profound difference in the world.

Diana - Her True Story - In Her Own Words (Paperback, 25th Anniversary Edition): Andrew Morton Diana - Her True Story - In Her Own Words (Paperback, 25th Anniversary Edition)
Andrew Morton
R290 R232 Discovery Miles 2 320 Save R58 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

A reissue of this classic title brought up to date and with a new introduction by Andrew Morton.

Reflecting on the extraordinary circumstances surrounding the original publication, and on the long-term legacy of Diana, the woman who helped reinvigorate the royal family, giving it a more emotional, human face, and thus helping it move forward into the 21st century.

Colour Bar - (aka A United Kingdom) (Paperback, Media tie-in): Susan Williams Colour Bar - (aka A United Kingdom) (Paperback, Media tie-in)
Susan Williams 1
R390 R335 Discovery Miles 3 350 Save R55 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Colour Bar is the true story of a love which defied family, Apartheid, and empire - the inspiration for the major new feature film A United Kingdom, starring David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike.

London, 1945: the heir apparent to the kingship of Bechuanaland (later Botswana) arrives in Britain to complete his legal studies. Seretse Khama, an urbane 24-year-old, educated like Mandela at Fort Hare, is welcomed into the elite world of the Inner Temple in London. But then, in 1947, he does something that will change the course of his life, and that of his country, forcing him into to six long years of exile: he falls in love with a white British woman, Ruth Williams.

Drawing on a mass of previously classified records, Susan Williams tells Seretse and Ruth's story – an astonishing account of how the British Government conspired with apartheid South Africa and Rhodesia to prevent the mixed-race royal couple returning home. This is a shocking account of a shameful period in British history: of overt racism on the streets of London and the corridors of Whitehall, and of appeasement to apartheid South Africa.

But it is also an inspiring, triumphant tale of hope, courage and true love, as with tenacity and great dignity Seretse and Ruth and the Bangwato people overcome prejudice in their fight for justice.

Philip: The Final Portrait - Elizabeth, Their Marriage And Their Dynasty (Paperback, New 2021 Edition): Gyles Brandreth Philip: The Final Portrait - Elizabeth, Their Marriage And Their Dynasty (Paperback, New 2021 Edition)
Gyles Brandreth
R355 R284 Discovery Miles 2 840 Save R71 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

This is a new and updated edition of a book which was a major bestseller in the UK in 2004. The author met Prince Philip some forty years ago when they were jointly engaged in charity work, and they became firm friends. Building upon Gyles Brandreth’s acclaimed 2004 book, this extraordinary account is fully revised, presenting new information about the last twenty years alongside previously unpublished royal correspondence.

This is the story of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh - the longest-serving consort to the longest-reigning sovereign in British history. It is an extraordinary story, told with unique insight and authority by an author who knew the prince for more than forty years.

Philip - elusive, complex, controversial, challenging, often humorous, sometimes irascible - is the man Elizabeth II once described as her 'constant strength and guide'. Who was he? What was he really like? What is the truth about those 'gaffes' and the rumours of affairs? This is the final portrait of an unexpected and often much-misunderstood figure. It is also the portrait of a remarkable marriage that endured for more than seventy years.

Philip and Elizabeth were both royal by birth, both great-great-grandchildren of Queen Victoria, but, in temperament and upbringing, they were two very different people. The Queen's childhood was loving and secure, the Duke's was turbulent; his grandfather assassinated, his father arrested, his family exiled, his parents separated when he was only ten. Elizabeth and Philip met as cousins in the 1930s. They married in 1947, aged twenty-one and twenty-six.

Philip: The Final Portrait tells the story of two contrasting lives, assesses the Duke of Edinburgh's character and achievement, and explores the nature of his relationships with his wife, his children and their families - and with the press and public and those at court who were suspicious of him in the early days. This is a powerful, revealing and, ultimately, moving account of a long life and a remarkable royal partnership.

Diana: Her Last Love (Paperback, Updated reissue): Kate Snell Diana: Her Last Love (Paperback, Updated reissue)
Kate Snell
R236 R190 Discovery Miles 1 900 Save R46 (19%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

WITH NEW AFTERWORD FROM THE AUTHOR. When you're the most famous woman in the world, can you really love in secret? When Princess Diana flew to Pakistan in May 1997, she went to meet the family of Dr Hasnat Khan, the man she wanted to marry. One of the most well-known and beautiful women in the world, she hoped to persuade Dr Khan's mother that she would make a suitable wife for her son. However, this was not the only hurdle to overcome: the man she called her 'Mr Wonderful' was a dedicated professional who sought to avoid the limelight - a fact that would test their love to the limits. Had their relationship succeeded, the events of that summer might have been very different. Sharing powerful testimony from Diana's closest confidants, and that of Dr Khan's own family, as well as information released during the inquests into the deaths of Diana and Dodi Fayed, this book offers a unique insight into Diana's world and the events central to her last years. This special new edition of an international bestseller, released in the year that would've marked Diana's 60th birthday, features a new afterword from the author reflecting on the legacy of this most extraordinary of women.

The Last King of America - The Misunderstood Reign of George III (Hardcover): Andrew Roberts The Last King of America - The Misunderstood Reign of George III (Hardcover)
Andrew Roberts
R933 R777 Discovery Miles 7 770 Save R156 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The last king of America, George III, has been ridiculed as a complete disaster who frittered away the colonies and went mad in his old age. The truth is much more nuanced and fascinating--and will completely change the way readers and historians view his reign and legacy. Most Americans dismiss George III as a buffoon--a heartless and terrible monarch with few, if any, redeeming qualities. The best-known modern interpretation of him is Jonathan Groff's preening, spitting, and pompous take in Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda's Broadway masterpiece. But this deeply unflattering characterization is rooted in the prejudiced and brilliantly persuasive opinions of eighteenth-century revolutionaries like Thomas Paine and Thomas Jefferson, who needed to make the king appear evil in order to achieve their own political aims. After combing through hundreds of thousands of pages of never-before-published correspondence, award-winning historian Andrew Roberts has uncovered the truth: George III was in fact a wise, humane, and even enlightened monarch who was beset by talented enemies, debilitating mental illness, incompetent ministers, and disastrous luck. In The Last King of America, Roberts paints a deft and nuanced portrait of the much-maligned monarch and outlines his accomplishments, which have been almost universally forgotten. Two hundred and forty-five years after the end of George III's American rule, it is time for Americans to look back on their last king with greater understanding: to see him as he was and to come to terms with the last time they were ruled by a monarch.

Finding Freedom - Harry And Meghan (Paperback, Updated Edition): Omid Scobie, Carolyn Durand Finding Freedom - Harry And Meghan (Paperback, Updated Edition)
Omid Scobie, Carolyn Durand
R260 R208 Discovery Miles 2 080 Save R52 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

The true story of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s life together, finally revealing why they chose to pursue a more independent path and the reasons behind their unprecedented decision to step away from their royal lives, from two top royal reporters who have been behind the scenes since the couple first met.

When news of the budding romance between a beloved English prince and an American actress broke, it captured the world’s attention and sparked an international media frenzy. But while the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have continued to make headlines—from their engagement, wedding, and birth of their son Archie to their unprecedented decision to step back from their royal lives—few know the true story of Harry and Meghan.

Finding Freedom goes beyond the headlines to reveal unknown details of Harry and Meghan’s life together, dispelling the many rumors and misconceptions that plague the couple on both sides of the pond. As members of the select group of reporters that cover the British Royal Family and their engagements, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand have witnessed the young couple’s lives as few outsiders can.

With unique access and written with the participation of those closest to the couple, Finding Freedom is an honest, up-close, and disarming portrait of a confident, influential, and forward-thinking couple who are unafraid to break with tradition, determined to create a new path away from the spotlight, and dedicated to building a humanitarian legacy that will make a profound difference in the world.

Queen Elizabeth II (Paperback): Mike Phillips, Sarah Papworth Queen Elizabeth II (Paperback)
Mike Phillips, Sarah Papworth; Sally Morgan
R166 R140 Discovery Miles 1 400 Save R26 (16%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Queen Elizabeth II: steadfast, constant, dutiful. Read all about the life of Queen Elizabeth II, the United Kingdom's longest-reigning monarch. From her childhood years in London, to training as a mechanic in the Second World War and becoming queen at 25, learn lesser-known facts about this true icon. Celebrate the queen's life in her platinum jubilee year - 70 years on the throne in 2022 Find out about the queen's secret handbag signals! With striking black-and-white illustration A Life Story: this gripping series throws the reader directly into the lives of modern society's most influential figures. Also in the series: Captain Tom Moore: A Life Story Kamala Harris: A Life Story Katherine Johnson: A Life Story Stephen Hawking: A Life Story Alan Turing: A Life Story Serena Williams: A Life Story David Attenborough: A Life Story Rosalind Franklin: A Life Story

Rebel Prince - The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles (Paperback): Tom Bower Rebel Prince - The Power, Passion and Defiance of Prince Charles (Paperback)
Tom Bower 1
R270 R214 Discovery Miles 2 140 Save R56 (21%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Few heirs to the throne have suffered as much humiliation as Prince Charles. Despite his hard work and genuine concern for the disadvantaged, he has struggled to overcome his unpopularity. After Diana's death, his approval rating crashed to 4% and has been only rescued by his marriage to Camilla. Nevertheless, just one third of Britons now support him to be the next king.

Many still fear that his accession to the throne will cause a constitutional crisis. That mistrust climaxed in the aftermath of the trial of Paul Burrell, Diana's butler, acquitted after the Queen's sensational ‘recollection'. In unearthing many secrets surrounding that and many other dramas, Bower's book, relying on the testimony from over 120 people employed or welcomed into the inner sanctum of Clarence House, reveals a royal household rife with intrigue and misconduct.

The result is a book which uniquely will probe into the character and court of the Charles that no one, until now, has seen.

The Duke - 100 Chapters in the Life of Prince Philip (Paperback, 2nd New edition): Ian Lloyd The Duke - 100 Chapters in the Life of Prince Philip (Paperback, 2nd New edition)
Ian Lloyd
R251 R212 Discovery Miles 2 120 Save R39 (16%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

'Witty and well-researched' Daily Express 'A fascinating profile' Daily Telegraph For seven decades the Duke of Edinburgh was the Queen's 'strength and stay', far surpassing the predictions of courtiers who feared 'a foreign interloper out for the goodies'. Journalists continually portrayed him as bluff and gaffe-prone - yet the letters he wrote in private show him to be kind and sensitive. Drawing on extensive interviews with those who knew him best, The Duke reveals the man in all his endlessly fascinating contradictions. While tracing his characteristic self-reliance back to a difficult childhood and six years' war service, Ian Lloyd highlights some rare aspects of the royal consort's personality - from his fondness for Duke Ellington to his fascination with UFOs. The result is a portrait like no other, and a rich tribute to Prince Philip's remarkable life and legacy.

Battle of Brothers - William, Harry and the Inside Story of a Family in Tumult (Paperback): Robert Lacey Battle of Brothers - William, Harry and the Inside Story of a Family in Tumult (Paperback)
Robert Lacey
R253 R227 Discovery Miles 2 270 Save R26 (10%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

AS SEEN IN THE TIMES AND UPDATED WITH NEW MATERIAL The Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller 'THE ROYAL BOOK OF THE YEAR' Daily Mail THIS CRISIS IS AS BIG AS THE ABDICATION - SAYS LACEY, HISTORICAL ADVISOR TO THE CROWN. The world has watched Prince William and Prince Harry since they were born. Raised by Princess Diana to be the closest of brothers, how have the boy princes grown into very different, now distanced men? From royal expert and bestselling author Robert Lacey, this book is an unparalleled insider account of tumult and secrecy revealing the untold details of William and Harry's early closeness then estrangement. It asks what happens when two sons are raised for vastly different futures - one burdened with the responsibility of one day becoming king, the other with the knowledge that he will always remain spare. How have William and Harry each formed their idea of a modern royal's duty and how they should behave? Were the seeds of damage sowed as Prince Charles and Diana's marriage painfully unraveled for all the world to see? In the previous generation, how have Prince Charles and Prince Andrew's lives unfolded in the shadow of the Crown? What choices has Queen Elizabeth II made in marshalling her feuding heirs? What parts have Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle played in helping their husbands to choose their differing paths? And what is the real, unvarnished story behind Harry and Meghan's dramatic departure? In the most intimate vision yet of life behind closed doors, with the family's highs, lows and hardest decisions all laid out, this is a journey into royal life as never offered before.

Brothers and Wives - Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry, and Meghan (Hardcover): Christopher Andersen Brothers and Wives - Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry, and Meghan (Hardcover)
Christopher Andersen
R611 R512 Discovery Miles 5 120 Save R99 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This long-awaited follow-up to the "fabulous, addictive" (Chicago Sun-Times) New York Times bestseller Diana's Boys explores the last twenty years in the lives of Princes William and Harry and the evolution of their relationship as adults, with one brother the designated heir, and the other doomed to life as the spare--perfect for fans of Netflix's The Crown. Diana's Boys revealed the iron-strong bond between the teenaged princes, and how it strengthened even more in the wake of their mother's tragic death. Now, twenty years later, Queen Elizabeth II is in her mid-nineties, Prince Charles is in his seventies, and all eyes are turned increasingly toward William and Harry again. Andersen picks up where he left off, covering everything that has happened to the brothers as they have grown up, gotten married to two remarkable women, and had children--all while facing continual waves of controversy and questions about the ways their relationship has shifted. Andersen examines how the Queen's behind-the-scenes maneuvering to mold her grandsons in the Windsor image after Diana's death, and her expectations of William as the future king, played out. He questions whether the brothers' famously close relationship can survive Harry's departure from the Royal Family--the first time this has happened since their great-great-uncle King Edward abdicated the throne to marry a divorcee. He delves into the impact sisters-in-law Kate and Meghan have had on each other as well as on their princes, and how marriage and fatherhood have changed the brothers and in some ways also driven a wedge between them. Andersen also looks with an honest eye at how the princes and their wives have been continuously buffeted by scandal--including headline-making allegations of bullying, racism, betrayal, and emotional abuse that pushed more than one royal to the brink of self-destruction. Based on in-depth research and with his "fascinating and insightful" (The Christian Science Monitor) writing, Christopher Andersen leaves no stone unturned in this intimate and riveting look into the private lives of the world's most famous princes.

Thorns in the Crown - The Story of the Coronation and What it Meant for Britain (Hardcover): Barry Turner Thorns in the Crown - The Story of the Coronation and What it Meant for Britain (Hardcover)
Barry Turner
R525 R432 Discovery Miles 4 320 Save R93 (18%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Thorns in the Crown is the story of Britain on the eve of the 1953 coronation. Bestselling historian Barry Turner explores the challenges the Queen and the Royal Family faced in adapting to a society no longer in awe of a social elite and examines the relationship between the Commonwealth and Empire on the verge of disintegration. On one level the coronation was a triumph of benevolent nationalism, bringing the country together in ways that had not been seen since the days of Queen Victoria, but it did leave many open-ended questions, not least the capacity for Britain to rise above the years of post-war austerity to meet the challenges of the new age. Indeed, those who saw the coronation as the icing on a mouldering cake were not short of evidence. Featuring memories and reflections of those who were part of the coronation, Thorns in the Crown is a unique look at Britain as it came to grips with a second Elizabethan age.

'I can't imagine anything worse' - A salute to Prince Philip (in his own words) (Hardcover): Orange Hippo! 'I can't imagine anything worse' - A salute to Prince Philip (in his own words) (Hardcover)
Orange Hippo!
R153 R126 Discovery Miles 1 260 Save R27 (18%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Prince Philip was a man of many, many words. For almost eighty years since he first entered the public's eye, Prince Philip had been telling the world exactly what he thought of it. Over the years, Prince Philip's quips and wisecracks have been labelled as shocking and even outrageous, but at the root of this colourful royal was a very funny man who seemingly never took life too seriously. He was an icon of the royal family and a reminder of a time when the world was a different place - and for that, we, the Great British public, salute him. This tiny tome is a celebration of his extraordinary life in the service of his subjects, as well as a compilation of his best (and worst) one-liners, in his own inimitable style. 'I rather doubt whether anyone has ever been genuinely shocked by anything I have said.' Prince Philip, in an interview, 1999. Smashing Fact No.1: Philip was 13 years old when he met his future wife, Elizabeth. They were both attending the wedding of Princess Marina of Greece and the Duke of Kent in 1934. Elizabeth was eight at the time. The pair met again five years later.

Marie Antoinette (Paperback): Hilaire Belloc Marie Antoinette (Paperback)
Hilaire Belloc
R650 Discovery Miles 6 500 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
History of Friedrich Ii. of Prussia, Called Frederick the Great (Paperback): Thomas Carlyle History of Friedrich Ii. of Prussia, Called Frederick the Great (Paperback)
Thomas Carlyle
R459 Discovery Miles 4 590 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
The Queen (Paperback): Matthew Dennison The Queen (Paperback)
Matthew Dennison
R361 R305 Discovery Miles 3 050 Save R56 (16%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

An elegant and magisterial new biography of Her Majesty The Queen.'A worthy and balanced overview of the Queen's life. Dennison is especially good on her childhood ... Quietly, tactfully, tastefully reverent' The Times For millions of people, both in Britain and across the world, Elizabeth II is the embodiment of monarchy. Her long life spans nearly a century of national and global history, from a time before the Great Depression to the era of Covid-19. Her reign embraces all but seven years of Britain's postwar history; she has been served by fifteen UK prime ministers from Churchill to Johnson, and witnessed the administrations of thirteen US presidents from Truman to Trump. The vast majority of Britons cannot remember a world without Elizabeth II as head of state and the Commonwealth. In this brand-new biography of the longest-reigning sovereign in British history, Matthew Dennison traces her life and reign across an era of unprecedented and often seismic social change. Stylish in its writing and nuanced in its judgements, The Queen charts the joys and triumphs as well as the disappointments and vicissitudes of a remarkable royal life; it also assesses the achievement of a woman regarded as the champion of a handful of 'British' values endorsed - if no longer practised - by the bulk of the nation: service, duty, steadfastness, charity and stoicism.

Elizabeth & Mary - Royal Cousins, Rival Queens (Paperback): Susan Doran Elizabeth & Mary - Royal Cousins, Rival Queens (Paperback)
Susan Doran
R643 Discovery Miles 6 430 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book seeks to refresh and retell the story of Queen Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots through their own words. Accompanying a major British Library exhibition, Elizabeth and Mary: Royal Cousins, Rival Queens brings new insights to the familiar tale of two powerful women whose relationship dominated English and Scottish politics for thirty years. Their personal history and struggle for dynastic pre-eminence are described and explained against the backdrop of religious conflict, rebellion, fear of foreign invasion, espionage and treason. Twelve insightful chapters from leading Tudor scholars and 145 illustrated primary sources chart the queens' relationship as it evolved from mutual curiosity, to suspicion, to lethal enmity. Reproduced in full colour, the sources include letters and documents written in the queens' own hands and recording their speeches and conversations: Mary's ten-page letter written to Elizabeth during captivity and the sonnet she penned the night before her execution, verses composed by Elizabeth in 1569 in response to the Northern Rebellion, and a recently discovered letter sent by Elizabeth to Mary in 1584 in response to her cousin's request for reconciliation. Alongside the letters and documents that bring their story vividly to life are many personal objects closely associated with the two queens, among them an exceptional portrait of Elizabeth I only recently rediscovered and one of her most treasured and personal rings, as well as a hanging embroidered by Mary during her long imprisonment, and the Penicuik Jewels she gave away before her execution.

Lives of the Queens of England - from the Norman Conquest (Paperback): Agnes Strickland Lives of the Queens of England - from the Norman Conquest (Paperback)
Agnes Strickland
R557 Discovery Miles 5 570 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
Memoirs of the Court of King James the First (Paperback): Lucy Aikin Memoirs of the Court of King James the First (Paperback)
Lucy Aikin
R553 Discovery Miles 5 530 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
History of Friedtrich Ii. of Prussia Called Frederick the Great in Eight Vols. Vol.Viii (Paperback): Thomas Carlyle History of Friedtrich Ii. of Prussia Called Frederick the Great in Eight Vols. Vol.Viii (Paperback)
Thomas Carlyle
R521 Discovery Miles 5 210 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
Life of Mary Queen of Scots (Paperback): Henry Glassford Bell Life of Mary Queen of Scots (Paperback)
Henry Glassford Bell
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Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest (Paperback): Agnes Strickland Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest (Paperback)
Agnes Strickland
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History of Friedrich Ii. of Prussia - Called Frederick the Great (Paperback): Thomas Carlyle History of Friedrich Ii. of Prussia - Called Frederick the Great (Paperback)
Thomas Carlyle
R652 Discovery Miles 6 520 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
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