Prince William and Kate

Title: Prince William & Kate

SubTitle: Royal Romance

Publisher: Lerner Publishing Group

Imprint: Lerner Publications

Pub Date: 1 September 2011

ISBN: 9780761380290

Author: Matt Doeden

Category: NONFICTION – JUVENILE: Biography, Autobiography & History: Biography & Autobiography

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This world is corrupted and tainted with so many distrust that sometimes, people stopped believing in true love. Reading the journey of Prince William and his wife, Kate (Duchess Kate) made me feel that despite the corrupted world, true love still exists. Reading this book makes my heart melt and knees buckle… in a good way that is.

‘Prince William and Kate’ is a wonderful biography about the royal couple, and I daresay it will make a wonderful memorabilia if you’re a fan of the royal couple. It’s wonderfully illustrated and the biography followed the journey of Prince William and Kate’s courtship to marriage in a way that will make the readers swoon.

This book is a keeper and makes a wonderful gift or a permanent library collection.

I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. I received an ARC of this book from Lerner Publishing Group via Netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review for this book.

On April 29, 2011, the whole world watched as Prince William of Wales and Kate Middleton exchanged marriage vows. This royal wedding was one of the most anticipated events in England in recent years. Ever since the couple officially announced their engagement in November 2010, every detail of the wedding has captured headlines around the globe.

Why all the excitement? William is second in line to become Britain’s king. William Arthur Philip Louis of Wales is the firstborn child of Charles and Diana, Prince and Princess of Wales. And through marriage to William, Catherine Elizabeth Middleton—known as Kate—turned from a commoner into a duchess. If William becomes king one day, Kate will be the Queen Consort.

Follow the couple’s royal romance from their first meeting at the University of St. Andrews, through the ups and downs of their relationship, to the romantic wedding ceremony at London’s Westminster Abbey.

4 comments

    • Cleffairy says:

      Yups, a collector’s item. I believe my dad has one in his library… but it’s Queen Elizabeth II and Diana and Charles’s biography. He also have ‘Princess of Wales’. 😀

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