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Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family Kindle Edition
‘Utterly gripping’ Daily Telegraph
‘Essential reading’ The Mail on Sunday
‘Well-written, impeccably sourced and a fascinating deep dive into one of the most exciting chapters in royal history’ Vanity Fair
‘Lifts the lid on the complex relationships in Britain’s most famous family’ Telegraph
‘Lays bare the devastating family rifts that led to [Harry and Meghan] quitting the UK’ The Sun
‘An important contribution to the understanding of the biggest crisis in the royal family for more than 20 years’ The Times
‘Revelatory’ Daily Express
‘Brilliant read’ HELLO!
‘A must-read’ Independent
‘An important historical narrative’ Metro--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
2020’s Sunday Times number 1 bestselling biography that tells the real story of Harry and Meghan’s life together--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
- ASIN : B0899RG8ZF
- Publisher : HQ (12 August 2020)
- Language : English
- File size : 40094 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 400 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 76,412 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Obviously aimed at a US readership because anyone with any British or royal knowledge can see right through it like. Apiece of glass.
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You can tell Omid worship her by describing Megain's beauty viewed by Prince Harry freckles and all, but nothing about how she viewed him and how he made her feel. I'm questioning whose feelings for Megain are in the book... are we talking about Prince Harry not wanting nowt to do with her at Inskip's wedding at opening of Invictis Games in Toronto. Photo's tell a story of a Prince that was somehow coerced into a relationship that he wasn't interested in , but possibly blackmailed into considering their constant rows.
So, I question who is really in love with her, besides herself. She has three on a rung: Markus Anderson, Prince Harry, Omid Scobie. I'm keen to see how in depth his loyalty and love is for her through his writing. Fancy describing how beautiful she appeared with her freckles and no description of what she found attractive about him suggesting she baited him with Markus Anderson help.
I want to see what else he comes out with in the book fit for a bargain bin of fifty pence. Lady C's book has a couple of area's like fake pregnancy not mentioned. Otherwise, her book is better value compared to a lovestruck or lovesick author for the female grifter.
Maybe they weren't interviewed just like Diana wasn't interviewed for Andrew Morton's tell all book.
Great fairytale though.
I found it lacked detail about them as a couple and chronological order got very muddled jumping back and forth between lines of the family. As a book that was heralded as being about them as a couple I have no clue as to why o read about the Middleton’s early relationship. What that has to do with the couple leaving the royal family many years later only the authors will know.
What detail and information there is does seem oddly personal for a couple who claim not to have had any involvement with the book. I think it’s an ok read but could easily have been a much better read if it didn’t have all the fillers of other family lines. Stick to the details and it’s ok.
On the whole really disappointing after all the fanfare.
My final thought is that critics derided Lady CC's book about Princess Diana and it all turned out to be true....