The Secret Journals of Queen Elizabeth II
Here at last, for her loyal and admiring subjects, are the innermost thoughts and reflections of our beloved sovereign. In these revealing diaries (brought to the public eye by the well-meaning if misguided action of the devoted Constance, Lady Crabtree), we can read exclusively about Her Majesty’s secret hopes and fears. From her doubts preceding the Coronation, to a first-hand account of the intruder in the Royal Bedroom; from her worries about her children and their romantic attachments, to frank insights into politicians, dress designers and journalists – here is every aspect of our monarch’s life. Publication may have cost Constance, Lady Crabtree her favoured place in the Royal Household, but her loss is our gain. These lively and delightful revelations are a testament to a glorious reign and an eventful private life. Softcover, 175 pages. In good pre-loved condition with the exception of a crease and minor wear to the front cover, and a name written on the first page.