Prince William's sixteenth birthday, on June 21 1991, heralded the end of childhood for this athletic and delightful young man. With his tremendous courage in the face of the dreadful tragedy of Princess Diana's untimely death, Prince William endeared himself to the whole world.
With his new-found maturity and striking good looks, he has inherited his mother's easy charm and disarming smile.
In this sensitive and beautifully illustrated biography, royal expert Nicholas Davies explores the complex character behind this monarch of the future. Davies follows Prince William from his birth at St Mary's, Paddington, through his happy-go-lucky childhood and awkward pre-teenage years, to his burgeoning maturity.
Packed with rare, colour photographs this is the definitive biography of Prince William, the man who will be Britain's king.
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WILLIAM: THE MAN WHO WILL BE KING by Nicholas Davies
Blake Publishing - 1998