Charles & Camilla

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Random House, May 31, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 416 pages

This is the definitive account of one of the most extraordinary stories of our time. Gyles Brandreth, acclaimed biographer of the Queen and Prince Philip, presents a unique portrait of their son, Charles, Prince of Wales, and of the one 'non-negotiable' love of his life, Camilla Shand, now Duchess of Cornwall.

What are Charles and Camilla really like? What is their heritage? What has made them the way they are? This is both a revealing portrait of two unusual individuals and a family saga like no other, told with unrivalled authority and insight - and humour - by a best-selling writer who has met all the key characters in the drama: Charles, Camilla, Diana, their children, their families and their friends.

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From Australia, Syndey...
We still waiting for Honesty to be publish on the English Newspapers......Saying....... "SORRY".....
. IN PUBLIC FOR THE PAIN AND HUMILIATION THAT THE PRINCESS OF WALES
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LADY DIANNA SPENCER... WENT THROUGHT FOR 8/10 YEARS...Costing her LIFE....leaving her beloved sons......
.AS SHE KNEW THE TRUTH OF THE CAMILLA AND CHARLES LOVE AFFAIR...
."WE were 3 in our Marriage".....
.Lady Di..was not suffering from Bordline Personality Disorder..
.All of a good English Comedy...!!!!
.We still feel the Pain and Frustration of a GREAT WOMAN!!! of this century....
Because the person involve is from the" House of Windsor"....everything was swapt under the carpet.
After all these years no one said "SORRY DI"...you were RIGHT.!!!!!
From Australia.....Lady Dianna Spencer friends.....
Martha Long
 

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About the author (2011)

Gyles Brandreth's is a varied career, from his role as Lord Commissioner of the Treasury in John Major's government to Children's publisher with Andre Deutsch. Brandreth's Breaking the Code: Westminster Diaries has been described as 'by far the best political diary of recent years, far more perceptive and revealing than Alan Clarke's' Times. His last book, Philip and Elizabeth: Portrait of a Marriage, published by Century, was a Sunday Times bestseller. He lives with his family in London.