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Elizabeth revealed : 500 facts about the Queen and her world / Lucinda Hawksley.

By: Hawksley, Lucinda.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London, England : Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers Ltd : in association with Historic Royal Palaces, 2018Description: 160 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 27 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1785511815; 9781785511813.Subject(s): Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain, 1926- | Great Britain -- Kings and rulers -- Miscellanea | Great Britain -- History -- Elizabeth II, 1952- -- MiscellaneaGenre/Form: Biographies.DDC classification: 941.085092 Summary: Elizabeth Revealed is a lively and affectionate celebration of The Queen's long and eventful life. This gorgeously illustrated book blends personal and public, frivolous and factual in a tribute to an extraordinary woman and the sweeping social changes she has lived through. The enjoyable '500 Facts' format highlights surprising aspects of The Queen's intimate life, the good and the bad years. It offers illuminating glimpses into a changing monarchy and royal family life as an elegant young princess developed into the most famous woman in the world.
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Elizabeth Revealed is a lively and affectionate celebration of The Queen's long and eventful life. This gorgeously illustrated book blends personal and public, frivolous and factual in a tribute to an extraordinary woman and the sweeping social changes she has lived through. The enjoyable '500 Facts' format highlights surprising aspects of The Queen's intimate life, the good and the bad years. It offers illuminating glimpses into a changing monarchy and royal family life as an elegant young princess developed into the most famous woman in the world. AUTHOR: Lucinda Hawksley is an award-winning British author, art historian, lecturer and television presenter. Her books include biographies, social histories and travel guides. She is the great-great-great granddaughter of Charles Dickens and his wife Catherine. SELLING POINTS: * A lively and affectionate celebration of Queen Elizabeth II's long and eventful life * Archive images and new photography combine to create a beautiful visual record of her reign * A fascinating glimpse into the private life of the monarchy * The wealth of information is presented in the successful, bite-sized '500 Facts' format and conveyed in an engaging tone

Includes index.

Elizabeth Revealed is a lively and affectionate celebration of The Queen's long and eventful life. This gorgeously illustrated book blends personal and public, frivolous and factual in a tribute to an extraordinary woman and the sweeping social changes she has lived through. The enjoyable '500 Facts' format highlights surprising aspects of The Queen's intimate life, the good and the bad years. It offers illuminating glimpses into a changing monarchy and royal family life as an elegant young princess developed into the most famous woman in the world.