This is a book which is filled with backstairs gossip and every anti-Elizabeth innuendo that has been said. In places it lapses into sexual slurs and it is really not a book worth reading. Its historical value is nil. Lady Colin-Campebll is no author but a gossip columnist.
This book is a very deliberate load of codswallop. "Lady" Colin Campbell took this approach with a bio of the late Princess Di & made a packet which she/he promptly spent. The technique is to take someone popular and write the most negative possible take on their life. Every bit of silly gossip is treated as gospel; every action is interpreted negatively. The late Queen Mum had her foibles, but she was a smart, tough, and hard-working old girl & deserves better than this hatchet job. Just because it is negative, doesn't mean it's truthful; in fact the errors start on page one. No, she was NOT illegitimate, & LCC knows it.
If you like information about the royals, this is worth reading The best one yet, on Queen Mother. Not sugar coated like the others. Much more insight into their lives,
If you've always suspected that more was involved in royal lives and royal lies this is the book.
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