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***Diana's Boys

William and Harry and the Mother They Loved

by Christopher Anderson

Reviewed September 16, 2001.
Available at Sembach Library. (920 AND)

Normally, I am disdainful of celebrity watchers.  However, I find the story of these two motherless boys extremely compelling.  Mr. Anderson focuses on facts rather than sensationalism.  Of course, Prince William is simply too good looking for his own good!  One can only hope that he will be able to rise above his parents’ awful marriage and his own sad loss and be able to become a good king (and a good husband) some day.  It sounds as if he is turning into a fine young man.  I’m glad I’m not a teenage girl these days!  It would be hard not to daydream about figuring out a way to get to England and just maybe meet a prince....  (Am I revealing my foolishness?)  They say that there were an awful lot of young women applying to the university that Prince William chose!

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