The Last Real Princess : the Shockingly Frank and Revealing Account of the Life and Loves of HRH Princess Margaret

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Princess Margaret was not like the other royals. A free spirit, she broke away from the conventions that others imposed upon her and lived a life that has seemed to some scandalous, to others liberating. It was Margaret who had an illicit love affair with jazz musician Robin Douglas-Home, and letters from that relationship are reprinted here. When Douglas-Home was rejected by Margaret, he killed himself and was replaced by another lover. It is stories such as this, revealed in this book, that paint a portrait of one of the most secretive members of Britain's royal family.
Publisher: London : Blake, 2002.
ISBN: 9781903402641
Characteristics: xiv, 370 p., [16] p. of plates :,ill. ;,24 cm.


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