Ladies of the Royal Family Boxed Set: From Duchesses to Princesses (Royal Princesses Book 4)

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Why Choose This Set

The late Princess Diana had already been dead for more than a decade now, but she’s one of those whose memories forever remain, particularly in her sons. She was the kind of woman Britain wanted for a princess, and her fairytale marriage to Charles had been followed by the media from her wedding to her own death in 1997.

The former Kate Middleton is the embodiment of a modern day Cinderella. She didn’t scrub floors and didn’t have wicked stepmother and stepsisters, but she turned from being a commoner to a princess when she stole the heart of a real prince, William. This book on Kate Middleton will inspire you and prove to you that fairytales do exist. Kate is proof of that.

Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, is one fascinating woman. Her being Prince Charles’ mistress and lover for more than three decades is what lends color to her life. This book is an objective view of Camilla, whose relationship with the Prince of Wales ruined his marriage as well as her own.

These three ladies of the British Royal Family make a fascinating read for anyone who wants to know just what it is to be a — Royal.


Book 1: Princess Diana – The Amazing Life and Tragic Death of The Queen of Hearts

Chapter 1 – A Lady Destined to do Greater Things
Chapter 2 – The Princess’ Childhood and Growing Up Years
Chapter 3 – The Lady Meets Her Future Prince
Chapter 4 – A Fairytale Wedding Fit for a Princess
Chapter 5 – The Princess Becomes a Doting Mother
Chapter 6 – Princess Diana Attends to Her Royal Duties
Chapter 7 – The Marriage Breaks Down
Chapter 8 – The Princess’ Life After Separation
Chapter 9 – The Death of the Princess of Hearts
Chapter 10 – Commemorating Princess Di

Book 2: The Duchess of Cambridge – How Kate Middleton Became A Future Queen

Chapter 1 – The Middleton Ancestry
Chapter 2 – An Ordinary Childhood
Chapter 3 – Friends with Royalty
Chapter 4 – A Budding Romance
Chapter 5 – Coming Out with the Relationship
Chapter 6 – Difficulties
Chapter 7 – Back Together
Chapter 8 – The Royal Wedding
Chapter 9 – The Future Queen Catherine
Book 3: The Duchess of Cornwall – Camilla’s Story and Secrets

Chapter 1 – Charmed Childhood
Chapter 2 – On Her Own
Chapter 3 – Boy Magnet
Chapter 4 – Between Two Lovers
Chapter 5 – Losing Charles
Chapter 6 – Reunited
Chapter 7 – A Year of Difficulties
Chapter 8 – An Uncertain Future
Chapter 9 – Second Chance at Happiness
Chapter 10 – Will She Be Queen?

Why Buy Now

Many people think that being a royal princess is the embodiment of a dream, but as these histories show, it is not always a fairy tale ending. The trials and tribulations that these royal ladies of Windsor have gone through paints a different picture of their lives and an eye-opener for those still with a dewy-eyed perception of what it is to be a royal princess.

  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B00A0DQ1LY
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Platinum Publishing (November 1, 2012)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ November 1, 2012
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 2069 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage ‏ : ‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Sticky notes ‏ : ‎ On Kindle Scribe
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 224 pages

10 reviews for Ladies of the Royal Family Boxed Set: From Duchesses to Princesses (Royal Princesses Book 4)

  1. mileidi

    Illustrating, unaffected
    I have enjoyed the many details on these 3 ladies lives. Camilla’s life has been the subject that most impacted me. People buying this book should consider that it is basically written with facts and not biased by any of the ladies’ personality. You might be attracted to one of them but the book is not intended to highlight the life of neither of the three. Should I compare this book with the one written on Diana’s life by Andrew Morton, I would go for this by Jayne’s definitely.

  2. Mistie the Dog

    I’ve Read Better
    About 85% of this collection is information we’ve all known for awhile. I enjoyed the book on Camilla the best because I knew the least about her. As other reviews have noted, there are many grammar errors in this collection. Some sections are poorly organized as well, with the author mixing time periods without notifying the reader. All three books had a photo or two that I had not seen before, so that was nice.

  3. SKelly Howieson

    Ladies of the Royal Family Boxed Set:
    A very ‘yummy" set of books. I read when I am not painting and I just finished my drawing-so back to the set of books I go!!!
    I think lots of people would like to see what it is truly like in the land from which most of our ancestors immigrated and understand the culture-be it positive or negative! The price is off the charts reasonable. it is a purchase you will not regret!!!! I have always loved Princess Di and completely believed she was murdered by the hands of the British hierarchy. These books are treasures!!!!!

  4. Asa, Iceland

    As I come from a country with no royalty I have always been interested in them, something I got from my grandmother. I liked reading this.

  5. amazonmama

    very pro-Windsor
    as a Diana fan, I expected better than what I got where Prince Charles was given way too much credit.

  6. Debbie

    good stories but…..
    This was poorly written. It is filled with poor grammar and though I enjoyed reading it for the story, I often cringed and rolled my eyes at the lack of the author’s knowledge of proper use of the language.

  7. Norma Oppenheim

    Great books. Perfect reading for all ages from young to old.
    I enjoyed reading these books. Very factual and a great in site into royalty

    I enjoyed these books and recommend them. They give a real on-site.

  8. E. Carter

    Interesting read
    These three books are very interesting with many details into each lady’s life. It shows the good, bad, and ugly that has gone on in the royal family in the past 30 years. Each woman has her high points with things that can be admired as well as low points, though not really for Kate, as she is the shining star of the royal at the moment. The books are a good read if you enjoy the royal family and history about them.

  9. Anne Ford

    Not bad, mostly basic information but some good stories

  10. Barbara B.

    Don’t bother
    Nothing new here that was not well known by all.

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