Fascinating and authoritative of Britain's royal families from Henry VIII to Elizabeth I to Queen Victoria, by leading popular historian Alison Weir 'George III is alleged to have married secretly, on 17th April, 1759, a Quakeress called ...
Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Family is packed with fascinating facts. This colourful book lets children find out all about Elizabeth II and her family, while encouraging them to build their vocabulary and reading skills.
The editor-in-chief of "Majesty" magazine presents a biography of the British consort to discuss his aristocratic childhood in Paris, more than seven-decade marriage to Elizabeth II, and loyal service as a statesman and philanthropist
The nation has taken the royal family into their hearts, and this child-friendly book explores their lives in fascinating, easy-to-read detail, from childhood achievements to royal engagements and weddings.
But they were placed into the Royal Archives at Windsor, and as late as 1910 the palace refused a would-be author who asked to see them. This is just one fascinating story of many in this delightful book.