Royal Children of the Twentieth Century

Royal Children of the Twentieth Century

Book - 1993
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The life of the royal child has always been extraordinary, a mixture of privilege, wealth and innocence. The privileges might compensate for their lack of freedom, but for the children these can cause further problems. It is impossible for them not to become spoiled, and of course they grow up under the pressure of the publicity. This book looks at royal children - how they are brought-up and how they behave in public. Ingrid Seward is the author of Sarah, Duchess of York and Royalty Revealed.
Publisher: London : HarperCollins, 1993.
ISBN: 9780002551373
Characteristics: 250 p. :,ill. (some col.), geneal. table ;,26 cm.


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