- Fans often want to learn more about the royals
- Many books have been written on the British Royal Family
- Here are the best and most famous books and biographies
With the recent events that surround the British Royal Family, everything related to their history has become very popular, including the Netflix series The Crown. But it is impossible to include everything in a series, movie, memo, or online biography.
Sometimes, official newscasts even solicit opinions from real, well-known authors such as Tina Brown and Andrew Morton. They and others are among the authors who have written about the lives of the royals from different perspectives.
Here we'll show you 10 of the best royal books.
Must-read books about the British royals
The Palace Papers. Tina Brown's most recent publication could be among the Top 3 in the entire list. It promises to reveal "the truth and the turmoil" inside the Windsor household.
The Other Side of the Coin: The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe. This book was written by Angela Kelly, Queen Elizabeth's former image consultant of 25 years. It gives a glimpse into life inside Buckingham Palace.
The Queen: A Life in Pictures. If you're more interested in learning about the life of the Queen and seeing a lot of pictures of her reign, which was the longest in British history, then this book written by Victoria Murphy is for you.
Prince Charles: The Passions and Paradoxes of an Improbable Life. To learn more about the current King of the UK, Sally Bedell Smith, a highly-regarded author, wrote a biography about his life waiting for the throne.
Harry, Meghan, and Diana biographies and memoirs
Meghan: A Hollywood Princess. One of the most written about women today is Duchess Meghan. Andrew Morton shares her story before she met Prince Harry.
Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family. But if you're more interested in what happened after their 2018 wedding, the scandal, and their move to the US, you'll want to check out Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand's book.
The Diana Chronicles. Speaking of scandalous royals who are incredibly famous, Tina Brown's biography of Princess Diana explains many issues related to the Windsor household.
Diana: Her True Story - in Her Own Words. Andrew Morton on the other hand takes a very interesting approach, as he uses Diana's own words and touches on intimate and difficult topics for the Royal Family.
Lady in Waiting. Queen Elizabeth had several ladies in waiting who were responsible for helping her with her duties and obligations. Anne Glenconner, one of these ladies, reveals what the Royal Family is like when there are no cameras around.
Spare. One of the most anticipated books of 2023. It is narrated on audiobook by Prince Harry himself and ghost written by J.R. Moehringer. It will be released in January and will describe Harry's life in "raw, unflinching honesty."
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