As Californian TV star Meghan Markle becomes a British princess, is this the dawn of a bright new era for the ancient House of Windsor...or a dangerous, destabilizing step too far?
Sixty-five years after Elizabeth II's Coronation, and thirty-seven years after Diana's ill-fated nuptials, the House of Windsor is embarking on a momentous marital experiment.
The imminent addition of Meghan Markle from California to the planet's most illustrious and revered royal lineage has so far been billed as an "olde worlde" celebrity curiosity. But in truth, it's a historic landmark for the British Crown, marking either a 21st-century renaissance or final proof that the dynasty after Elizabeth may be fated to a slow demise.
Either way, America now has a stake in royal fortunes unprecedented since Wallis Simpson took her divisive first step onto Buckingham Palace's red carpet.
In 2018, PATRICK JEPHSON marks the thirtieth anniversary of his appointment to the British Royal Household. As private secretary/chief of staff to Princess Diana, he witnessed the royal family in some of its least-royal moments and helped to chart the course of Diana's unique global ascendancy. Now a naturalized U.S. citizen and New York Times bestselling author, in The Meghan Factor he runs a seasoned eye over the media hype and explains to an American readership that all is not what it seems in the world of princes, courtiers, and palace spin doctors.
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- ISBN-13: 9781642930368
- ISBN-10: 1642930369
- Publisher: Bombardier Books
- Publish Date: April 2018
- Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.31 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.39 pounds
- Page Count: 146