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A broken promise, a terrifying legacy

William's Princess: The True Story of the Romance That Will Change the Monarchy
Robert Jobson

October 2006
On Sale: October 6, 2006
288 pages
ISBN: 1844543153
EAN: 9781844543151
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With Prince William currently at Sandhurst Royal Military Academy, and with his university days securely behind him, it would be easy to assume that, like his brother, he is destined for a career as an Army officer—but rumor has it that at the end of his year’s training and after the Queen’s 80th birthday celebrations, William will be settling down in serious preparation for his future as the King of England.

Having courted Kate Middleton throughout his time at St. Andrews University, the couple are now a permanent item. Having managed to maintain a rather low profile so far, Kate has recently been issued with her own security force, similar to that of Camilla, Prince Charles’s consort. This move has been widely interpreted as the beginning of getting Kate accustomed to the media spotlight into which she will step by marrying Prince William. From an upper-middle- class background, she is seen as a much-needed breath of fresh air by the monarchy, and her grooming has already begun in earnest—and crucially, with Her Majesty’s approval.

For the last two or three years, the Queen has set about ensuring the future of the monarchy with seamless changes. As one Palace official explains: "The Queen is about to step back, Charles is considered a safe pair of hands but the real focus, the real hopes for the future of the monarchy are on William…and Kate."

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Today - April 22, 2010
Good Morning America - October 6, 2006


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