[Ebook] Lady in Waiting: My Extraordinary Life in the Shadow of the Crown By Anne Glenconner – Tactical-player.co.uk

Lady in Waiting: My Extraordinary Life in the Shadow of the Crown Remarkable If Your Jaw Doesn T Drop At Least Three Times Every Chapter, You Ve Not Been Paying Proper Attention The Sunday Times A Funny, Sometimes Tragic And Disarmingly Frank Memoir Lady In Waiting Is Gentle, Wise, Unpretentious, But Above All Inspiring The Times A Candid, Witty And Stylish Memoir Miranda Seymour Financial Times A Startling, Rare, Beguiling Insight Into A Lost World Of Royalty And Celebrity With As Many Tears As There Are Titles Daily Express It S A Total Hoot I Couldn T Put It Down Janet Street Porter An Astounding Memoir India Knight The Sunday Times Magazine A Romp Of An Autobiography The Times T Marvellous Book One S Eyes Were On Stalks Jan Moir Daily Mail I Couldn T Put It Down Funny And Touching Like Looking Through A Keyhole At A Lost World Rupert Everett Lady Glenconner S Life Story Is A Combination Of Royal Magic, Personal Tragedy And Resilient Survival With Humour, Courage And Preternatural Poise, She At Last Tells The Story Of Her Uniquely Fascinating Life Tina BrownThe Remarkable Life Of Lady In Waiting To Princess Margaret Who Was Also A Maid Of Honour At The Queen S Coronation And Is A Character In The Crown This Autumn Anne Glenconner Reveals The Real Events Behind The Crown As Well As Her Own Life Of Drama, Tragedy And Courage, With The Wonderful Wit And Extraordinary Resilience Which Define Her


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8 thoughts on “Lady in Waiting: My Extraordinary Life in the Shadow of the Crown

  1. says:

    This is an extraordinary book about an extraordinary lady I loved it It has got everything one might encounter in life, from the extreme pathos of the fate of her three oldest children I encounter her son Christopher, from time to time, in the fabulous settings of the Palladian delight that is Holkham Hall what a lovely, brave man to have emerged from his tragic accident in Central America , to the extreme hedonism of her and her husb


  2. says:

    The word remarkable is overused in book reviews but in this case given who the author is it is fully justified Lady Glenconner is 87 Born in 1932 she was named Lady Anne Coke the eldest daughter of the 5th Earl of Leicester She grow up in Holkham Hall in Norfolk In 1936 she married Lord Glenconner In 1971 she was made Lady in Waiting to Princess Margaret, a role she kept until Margaret s death in 2002 In the third series of The Crown she is p


  3. says:

    My Extraordinary Life must be the under statement of 2019.What an incredible woman with an equally incredible tale to tell.Told in the matter of fact manner of someone to whom these unusual experiences were a way of life One of these happenings in a lifetime would be enough for most people.Why bother with ludicrous, badly written soap operas when you can read the real thing I am really sorry I finished it so quickly.


  4. says:

    I ve just finished the last page of this beautifully written book and the tears are flowing I ve never left a review before but had to for this book It s written from the heart expressing a tumultuous life Many up s and many downs but with an upbeat thread running through it If you haven t been to Holkham Hall, go, you won t regret it The marble entrance hall is so amazing it takes your breath away I would 100% recommend this book


  5. says:

    Well written, very entertaining, brutally honest and sad I laughed, I felt a bit disturbed and I cried What could you want


  6. says:

    Littered throughout this story of truly extraordinary events are an amazing number of insights into life and lessons for enduring difficulty Lady Glenconner is a remarkable woman, not so much for her experiences, so many of which are so unusual, but for for her happy outlook, her warmth and her strength I have never met her, but having read this wonderful book, she must be a person with a great sense of fun and she clearly has huge love for her friends and family My only wi


  7. says:

    I really enjoyed this honest, heart warming and funny book It made me laugh and it made me cry.Fabulous


  8. says:

    Wonderful


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