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Our King - Charles III - The Man And The Monarch Revealed: By Robert Jobson

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When Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II died in September 2022, it sent shockwaves around the world. The longest reigning and oldest monarch, at ninety-six years of age, she had just publicly celebrated her Platinum Jubilee in June 2022. The Queen's death meant the passing of the Crown to her son, HRH Charles, Prince of Wales, her controversial, earnest, and outspoken heir, who had long lived in the shadow of her mystique.

King Charles III's own life has been marred by scandal and myth, but who is the real man behind the Crown? In this revelatory book, renowned royal correspondent and author Robert Jobson examines the life of our new King, and his passions, purpose, and motivations. On the eve of his landmark coronation, Our King considers the life of the man and the monarch, reflecting on how his values and beliefs will shape him as he takes on this monumental role.

Release Date:  April 13, 2023

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A biography of the King with highly suspect ‘revelations’

The reviewer is not terribly impressed, this comment was a real scorcher:


There are also remarkable absences of insight of the sort one does not expect of a Royal expert, an example of which is the peerlessly revelatory observation that “the bottom line was that Charles and Diana were not a compatible couple”. It is at moments such as this that the reader wonders just at whom this book is aimed; presumably those who require to be told that the Chief Rabbi is Jewish, or that the Moon is not in fact made of green cheese. 


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This is the guy that made a joke about Harry dangling Archie off the coronation balcony? That is all I need to know to tell me that reading this book will not make me feel good about myself.

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