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”A fresh and fascinating look at how Queen Elizabeth II has stayed healthy and vital over her nearly 70 years on the throne Kozlowski’s clever and informative book will be embraced by her majesty’s many admirers, as well as by readers hoping to pick up some tips for living a long and rewarding life.”/5(12).
This is a very revealing book written by a former palace 'insider'. Anyone interested in finding out how things were (and maybe still are) done inside the Queen's home would enjoy this book.
The book, although described as 'second hand', arrived in 'as new' condition. Much appreciated. Robert Ross, /5. Get this from a library.
Living with the Queen. [Malcolm J Barker; T C Sobey] -- Malcolm J. Barker, once an official at Buckingham Palace, has written this revealing memoir of his days there, laying bare the sexual shenanigans, strange characters, and boozy behavior of the. The book examines Taylor's numerous grifts, including selling children in b The writing was excellent, and the research was impeccable (75 pages of endnotes).
The main thing that got up my nose was how Linda Taylor, the woman for whom Ronald Reagan coined the term "welfare queen" was viewed as having committed a greater crime via welfare fraud /5.
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As Britain's longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II is a worldwide symbol of nobility, grace, and duty. Despite having lived her life in front of the camera for decades, Her Majesty is an intensely private woman who believes in maintaining the mystery of the monarchy and who has kept her personal preferences and private life largely under wraps.
Queen Elizabeth has many habits and particular fancies, just like her culinary desires. We explore them, so that you may too live a little like a royal 1. A simple breakfast of Cornflakes. The Queen is partial to some cornflakes in the mornings, along with some yoghurt and Earl Grey tea.
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Our Queen will be broadcast on ITV on Sunday March 17 at 8pm. The book, available on Octo will include never-before-seen photographs from Angela's private collection as well as and "charming anecdotes" of her time spent with the Queen. But Kelly's own story is almost as fascinating as her relationship with her royal boss.
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The opening shots of Stephen Frears' "The Queen" simply show Helen Mirren's face as her character prepares for it to be seen. She is Queen Elizabeth II, and we know that at once. The resemblance is not merely physical, but embodies the very nature of the Elizabeth we have grown up with -- a private woman who takes her public role with great gravity.
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