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Conner writes with extraordinary wit generosity and courage and she exposes what life was like in her gilded cage revealing the role of her great friendship with Princess Margaret and the freedom she can now finally enjoy in later lifeDAILY MAIL'S 'BEST NON FICTION books TO HELP YOU THROUGH LOCKDOWN' 'Beautifully writtenvery entertaining very funny' RICHARD JUDY 'It's an astonishing story and narrated with a deceptive simplicity There isn't a boring sentence in the entire book' DAILY MAIL 'RemarkableIf your jaw doesn't drop at least three times every chapter you've not been paying proper attention' THE SUNDAY TIMES 'Gentle wise unpretentious but above all inspiring' THE TIMES 'A candid witty and stylish memoir' MIRANDA SEYMOUR FINANCIAL TIMES 'Stalwart and disarmingly honestemotion resonates through this delightful memoir' THE WALL STREET JOURNAL 'Discretion and honour emerge as the hallmarks of Glenconner's career as a royal servant culminating in this book which manages to be both candid and kind' GUARDIAN 'A startling rare beguiling insight into a lost world of royalty and celebrity with as many tears as there are titles' DAILY EXPRESS 'I couldn't put it down Funny and touching like looking through a keyhole at a lost world' RUPERT EVERETTThe remarkable life of Lady in Waiting to Princess Margaret who was also a Maid of Honour at the ueen's Coronation Anne Glenconner reveals the real events behind The Crown as well as her own life of drama tragedy and courage with the wonderful wit and extraordinary resilience which define her Anne Glenconner has been close to the Royal Family since childhood Eldest child of the th Earl of Leicester she was as a daughter described as 'the greatest disappointment' by her family as she was unable to inherit Her childhood home Holkham Hall is one of the grandest estates in England Bordering Sandringham the Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret were freuent playmates From Maid of Honour at the ueen's Coronation to Lady in Waiting to Princess Margaret Lady Glenconner is a uniue witness to royal history as well as an extraordinary survivor of a generation of aristocratic women trapped without inheritance and burdened with social expectations She married the charismatic but highly volatile Colin Tennant Lord Glenconner who became the owner of Mustiue Together they turned the island into a paradise for the rich and famous including Mick Jagger and David Bowie and it became a favourite retreat for Princess Margaret But beneath the glitz and glamour there has also lurked tragedy On Lord Glenconner's death in he left his fortune to a former employee And of their five children two grown up sons died while a third son had to be nursed back from a coma by Anne after having suffered a near fatal accident Anne Glenconner writes with extraordinary wit generosity and courage and she exposes what life was like in her gilded cage reve.

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