The New Royal Family

By Robert Jobson

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  • Publication Date: 7 Aug 2014
  • Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
  • Imprint: John Blake Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781782197591
eBook (ePub/MOBI)
ISBN: 9781782199700



With the world watching, Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge, third in line of succession to the throne, was born on 22nd July 2013. The next day, his proud parents stepped out of St Mary's hospital, London, to present their baby to the excited crowds. From the beginning, the world had watched with bated breath as the charming prince and his future bride overcame the struggles of university, rumours and a brief break-up before finally reconciling and becoming engaged. The royal wedding in 2011 - watched by an incredible estimated 2 billion people worldwide - was a defining moment, not only in their young lives, but also for the perception of the monarchy. When the Palace announced the Duchess's much-anticipated pregnancy in 2012, a public frenzy surrounded the arrival of the heir to the throne. Now that the Duke has left the military to focus on his royal duties and charity work, there is already speculation as to whether George will follow in his father's footsteps, with a passion for wildlife and conservation. Packed with expert analysis and exclusive photographs, this is an essential read for royalists and romantics alike.

About the author

Robert Jobson is the official royal commentator for NBC and has appeared as a royal affairs analyst on ABC, CBS, and CNN. He is the author of "Harry's War" and "William's Princess" and the coauthor of "New York Times" bestseller "Diana: Closely Guard Secret." The winner of the "Scoop of the Year" for his world exclusive that Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles were to wed in 2005, he has been at the forefront of the royal news for 20 years as royal correspondent of "Daily Express," "Evening Standard," "News of the World," and the "Sun." Arthur Edwards has been royal photographer for Britain's bestselling daily newspaper, the "Sun," for more than 30 years

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