The Royal Wedding in Print
If you were one of the millions of people who stayed awake to catch the Royal Wedding on television, or watched the recaps for hours the very next day, this might be of interest to you. Just two weeks after the big day, the story of Prince William and Catherine has come out in print, officially out tomorrow! Andrew Morton – author of the groundbreaking 1992 biography Diana: Her True Story, presents his newest novel with numerous stunning photographs of the newlyweds and their history, for all the royal fans hungry for more. It is said to feel like an expensive scrapbook, perfect for those who just can’t get enough.
Throughout the novel, there are various chapters that mostly focus on William, his early years, adolescence and student life and even intimate details about life at the Palace, his parents’ messy separation and his role as Diana’s confidante. So if you’re looking for some adorable photographs of Will from his shy days, to his charming and handsome lad years, this is the book you will go gaga over.
What seems unfortunate is that there is only one chapter devoted solely to Catherine, which seems a little peculiar, as no one really knows too much about her. However, she does go on to share private details about her life, like how she and a boarding-school roommate mooned boys across the hall.
So now that the wedding is over, and the media has died down, this book helps make that media saturated day feel special again. I’m looking forward to looking through it, but I highly doubt I missed anything from that big day. How about you? Are you still interested in the royal couple or was the wedding enough?