Brilliant books written by the royals

'The Bench' -
This children's book by Meghan, Duchess of Sussex was released in 2021.

'Hold Still: A Portrait of Our Nation in 2020' - This photography book, published by the National Portrait Gallery in 2021, portrays life during the pandemic.

'The Elements of Organic Gardening' - 'The Elements of Organic Gardening' details how Highgrove Gardens is kept. It goes into detail about how organic gardening works.

'Men, Machines and Sacred Cows' - The Duke of Edinburgh wrote a few books in his lifetime, but perhaps one of the most interesting is 'Men, Machines and Sacred Cows.' 

'Budgie Goes to Sea' -
Sarah, Duchess of York is one of the most prolific writers in the royal family. She has had numerous books published over the years. 

'Little Red's Summer Adventure' - This 2006 children's book was quite a success. The book follows Little Red and her friends.

'Tea for Ruby' -
The Duchess of York teamed up with number one New York Times bestselling illustrator Robin Preiss Glasser to launch this book in 2008.

'Ballerina Rosie' -
In 2012, Fergie returned with yet another successful children's book. This time, the story is about Rosie, who wants to be a prima ballerina.

'A King's Story: The Memoirs of H.R.H. the Duke of Windsor' - The Duke of Windsor published his memoir in 1951. The former King Edward VIII abdicated in 1936.

'My Story' -
Fergie has released two memoirs, so far. The first one was 'My Story' in 1996, which was followed by 'Finding Sarah: A Duchess's Journey to Find Herself' in 2011.

'What I Know Now: Simple Lessons Learned the Hard Way' - Sarah Ferguson's personal reflections can be found in this 2001 book.

'Memories of Ninety Years' -
Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, published her memoir in 1983, at

'The Queen of Four Kingdoms' -
Princess Michael of Kent is yet another member of the royal family who has written a number of books.

'Win the Weight Game : Successful Strategies for Living Well' - In this book, published in 1999, you'll find a list of 50 recipes and a four-week menu plan.

'The Heart Has Its Reasons: The Memoirs of The Duchess of Windsor' - Like her husband, Mrs. Simpson also wrote a memoir. This one was published in 1956.

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