The Other Side of the Coin: The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe

November 21, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Very disappointed in this. I am so disappointed in this. Granted, you know that someone in the employ of the Royal Family will be guarded regarding what they can and cannot share with the public but this was such a clinical, impersonal read. We find out very little about Miss Kelly’s life growing up which is a shame. If you are into fashion and design then you will find it interesting. It is very much a chronological piece, (almost like a report rather than anything else) got this material from such and such a place,…

Anonymous says:

Delightful Delightful insight into the Queen and her life and her amazing clothes , I cannot put this down. However , the publishers did not proof read this very thoroughly, Royal Ascot was founded by Queen Anne in 1711 not 1871.

Anonymous says:

An Unstuffy Monarch I was on of The Queen’s spokesmen when Angela Kelly started work at Buckingham Palace and I could hear her enthusiastic voice recounting her 25 years as The Queen’s dresser. What comes across, and I experienced this myself, is how unstuffy HM is. While she accepts the formality of her role, what she has always found refreshing is straight no fuss talk – in short supply at the Palace but plenty from Angela. A good read and enough anecdotes to keep you the reader from wanting more.

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