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Royal biographer Penny Junor talking about her new book Prince William, Born to be King

Thursday 17th May 2012 6:30pm - 8pm Bristol Grammar School Literary Event, Signing, Chargeable Event

In Prince William: Born to be King, Penny Junor, who has written previously about both Princess Diana and Prince Charles, looks at how the women in Prince William's life - his mother, grandmother, nanny and wife - have influenced him. She also evaluates what kind of a king he will make and the all-important relationships with his father and brother.

Venue: Bristol Grammar School, University Road, Bristol BS8 1SR; click here to visit their website

Tickets: £7 (£5 concessions); to book please contact lshepherd@bgs.bristol.sch.uk

 

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