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Robert Laffont
EAN : 9782221265406
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 462
Size : 153 x 240 mm
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I Love Elizabeth II

Release date : 03/11/2022
Elizabeth II as you have never seen her before
 
The book
This book is a love letter to the most famous woman in the world. Also the most secretive. A woman like no other. A queen. The queen of queens. The queen of the world. Of heaven and earth. A legend. An icon. This book is a declaration of love...
 
The book
This book is a love letter to the most famous woman in the world. Also the most secretive. A woman like no other. A queen. The queen of queens. The queen of the world. Of heaven and earth. A legend. An icon. This book is a declaration of love to Elisabeth II. Is it really possible to fall in love with her gracious majesty? Bertrand Decker will prove you that it is!
Written like a novel, these love letters bring us closer to Elisabeth II, to her daily life and even to her beloved Corgis. Work with the queen. Dine, sleep and laugh with the queen. Joke with the queen. Go back in time with the queen. Weep, hate and love with the queen!
The experience is discombobulating. Follow Lilibet into her dressing room, her safe, her private apartments. Sit down with her, next to her, at her desk, on her throne, on the backseat of her Rolls Royce or in her coach. Embark with her on the Royal Train or onboard the Britannia. But never forget: under the girly dresses, the fruity heads and the transparent umbrellas flows a blue and icy blood. The blood of a woman of duty and sacrifice. A grave, conscientious, rigid, conventional and timeless woman. A human queen, but a hard queen. A queen of diamonds. A hero. Beware ! You too could fall in love with her.
 
Key points
A subject that everyone is passionate about
A unique approach by an inventive author well known for his popular contributions to the celebrity magazine TPMP at channel C8 as well as for his publications on social media
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EAN : 9782221265406
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 462
Size : 153 x 240 mm
Robert Laffont