A portrait of Sarah Ferguson; her childhood, her parents' break up and her arrival in London, this biography tells of her busy life and loves, her romance with Andrew, her relationships with other royals, and motherhood. All this is covered from behind the scenes by an author who knows her.
A sympathetic yet candid portrait of one of the most controversial members of the royal family. From Sarah Ferguson's childhood (when she loved horses almost more than anything) through the breakup of her parents' marriage, from her schooldays to her arrival in London, this biography charts her growing-up with insight and telling detail. During her early years in London she moved in a world of parties and travel - and Ingrid Seward recounts her busy life and early loves. Then comes the romance with Andrew and the start of the royal chapter of her life. Her friendship with Diana, the wedding, the tours, her relationship with the rest of the royal family, motherhood, her reaction to being royal and to the press - all this is covered, and much of it from behind the scenes. Ingrid Seward is a journalist and for the last eight years, editor of "Majesty" magazine. She has frequently appeared on televison and was the specialist commentator on the Duke and Duchess of York's wedding for C.N.N. She has known the Duchess of York and her family since 1984.
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