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In his book about Queen Elizabeth II, Chris Jackson choose frames of grand ceremony and great intimacy from his 19 years as royal photographer for Getty Images
What we learned from the journals of Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret's BFF Alathea Fitzalan Howard, who bonded with the Royal Family at Windsor Castle during the Second World War.
In his new Royal biography, Andrew Morton reveals the dichotomy between the Queen and her younger sister, and draws parallels to other fractious relationships between “heir” and “spare”
Fleet Street veteran Clive Irving weaves reportage into his unconventional biography of Elizabeth II, arguing she was made for the job but Charles is not
In her new book, Elizabeth Holmes digs into the wardrobes of the Queen, Diana, Kate and Meghan to parse the meaning behind House of Windsor style
A new book from Robert Lacey, the royal expert who advises The Crown, tracks the Royal rift between princes William and Harry and explains why Diana’s boys were always separated by birth.
Two top royal reporters attempt to set the record straight with the Sussexes' side of the Megxit story.