Alice Keppel was a manipulative woman, whose relationship with Edward VII placed her at the centre of high society. Her daughter, Violet, was fascinated with her mother's power. Yet when she fell in love with Vita Sackville-West, she threatened to break all the moral rules of her mothers world.
Alice Keppel and her daughter Violet Trefusis where both, in their ways, lefendary lovers. Mrs Keppel mistress of Edward VII and Great-Grandmother to Camilla Parker Bowles, was the acceptable face at her command - charm, determination, money to repress her love affair with Vita Sackville.
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Diana Souhami has worked in publishing and her plays have been produced on radio and television, and in fringe theatres in London, Edinburgh and Bristol. She is the author of several biographies, including `Gertrude and Alice', which John Richardson, the author of `A Life of Picasso', describes as `a brilliant and witty chronicle of one of the happiest marriages in modern literary history. Not only star-studded, but light-filled'. Diana Souhami lives in London.
Mrs Keppel and Her Daughter by Diana Souhami
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