Charles: The Man who Will be King

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John Blake, Jan 1, 2007 - Princes - 764 pages
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Much has been written about Charles, Prince of Wales and the widely mournediana, Princess of Wales. This is the groundbreaking, complete and timelyevision of the history of the royal couple and their times. For the firstime, the myths and inaccuracies that have hitherto been accepted asncontrovertible fact are exploded to reveal a dramatically different tale tohe one most people think they know. "Prince Charles - The Man Who Will Being" examines the evidence that already exists, as well as providingtartling new insights from royal insiders who have not deemed it appropriateo speak out until now, to make the first verifiable account of what actuallyappened to turn the fairytale into a nightmare. From Charles' difficultchool days as the Duke of Cornwall to his military career, his experiencesf fatherhood and the romance with Camilla Parker Bowles, Howard presents therue gripping story of Charles and Diana. A daring and exclusive insight intohe thoughts and feelings of the Royal Family, "Prince Charles - The Man Whoill Be King" - restoration of the monarchy and a serious critique of current

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Charles His Early Years 194862
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Diana Her Early Years 196177
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The Making of a Prince 196270
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