Prince William (Paperback)

The Man Who Will Be King

By Penny Junor

Pegasus Books, 9781605984421, 352pp.

Publication Date: August 26, 2013

Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (6/4/2012)
Hardcover (6/5/2012)
Pre-Recorded Audio Player (9/1/2012)
Library Binding, Large Print (10/1/2013)
Compact Disc (7/10/2012)
Compact Disc (9/1/2012)

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The first definitive, in-depth portrait of the man who will be king and of his relationship with the woman who will be his queen.

His face is recognized the world over, his story is well-known. But what is Prince William really like? As Diana’s eldest son, he was her confidant. While the tabloids eagerly lapped up the lurid details of his parents’ divorce,William lived painfully though it, suffering the embarrassment,the humiliation, and divided loyalties. And when he was just fifteen, his beautiful, loving mother was suddenly, shockingly snatched from his life forever.His childhood was a recipe for disaster, yet as he approaches his thirtieth birthday, William is as well-balanced a man as you could ever hope to meet. He has an utter determination to do the right thing and to serve his country as his grandmother has so successfully done for the last sixty years.Where did the qualities that have so entranced the world, and his new bride, Catherine, come from? In the last thirty years, Penny Junor has written extensively about his parents and the extended family into which he was born. With the trust built up over that time, she has been able to get closer to the answers than ever before.

About the Author

Penny Junor is the author of The Firm: The Troubled Life of the House of Windsor; Charles: Victim or Villain and the New York Times bestselling Diana: Princess of Wales.  She is the co-author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Wonderful Tonight (with Patti Boyd) and lives in London.

Praise For Prince William: The Man Who Will Be King

Acclaimed Royal writer Penny Junor’s unputdownable new biography of Prince William is packed with intriguing new details, including Diana’s self-harming and the reason that William took so long to get engaged to Kate.