Elizabeth: Behind Palace Doors
A biography of Queen Elizabeth II, containing intimate secrets about the royal family. The lives of the Queen, Prince Philip and their children are ... Show synopsis A biography of Queen Elizabeth II, containing intimate secrets about the royal family. The lives of the Queen, Prince Philip and their children are examined and exposed, revealing the Windsor family's history of adultery, passion, jealousy and mental cruelty. The book sets out to expose the dark secrets of the family, including the alleged relationship between Prince Philip and one of the Queen's own cousins. Investigative journalist Nicholas Davies examines the mood, ambitions and forebodings of the Queen at the start of the new millennium, in the job she now seems to find tedious. He also seeks to provide an insight into the harsh reality of the relationship between the Queen and her husband, exposing the Queen as an indifferent, mediocre and perfunctory mother and Prince Philip as a bullying, domineering father. The book investigates the early years of Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward, their relationships with their parents and their own various love affairs, marriages, separations and divorces. The marriage of Charles and Diana is scrutinized, along with their problems, arguments and fights: Diana's own secrets are uncovered. Every aspect of the Queen's lifestyle is discussed, from her daily schedule, her interests, her tastes and her work to her passion for horses and dogs and her love of the country life.