The following is an honest review of The People’s Princess by Flora Harding and my suggested age rating.
Lady Diana Spencer has secured an engagement to the most eligible bachelor in all of Great Britain: Prince Charles of Wales. Even though she is the envy of most girls, she finds herself feeling lonely, bored and missing her old life where she could be herself. One day she discovers a diary belonging to Princess Charlotte of Wales from the 1800s. What began as a way to pass the time eventually becomes a way for Diana to feel a connection to someone who understands her life better than anyone else.
Review of The People’s Princess
I was initially drawn to this book because after watching The Crown I have been more interested in the life of Princess Diana. This book alternates between two different timelines: the present (Diana) and the past (Charlotte). At first I was a little disappointed that it was not solely focused on Diana’s life but as the story progressed
I was equally invested in Charlotte’s. This story portrays the life of royals and the expectations placed on them by their family, subjects, and themselves. I really enjoyed this book and felt like the author did a fantastic job capturing the lives of both these women.
Age Rating of The People’s Princess
This book contains mentions of eating disorders, miscarriage, and marital sex. I would recommend this book for anyone 16+
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