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by Paul James
From unswerving scorn to unreserved admiration, the attitude of press and public to the Royal Family frequently swings from one extreme to the other. Andin recent years, no-one has felt the full breadth of opinion more than Princess Anne.By her own admission, the role of princess is not one she would have assumed through choice; but to it she has brought grace, a disarming sense of humour andher unique stamina.Anne: The Working Princess investigates every facet of a remarkable person. As wife, mother and champion horsewoman, she combines a hectic personal life with her unswerving dedication to official duties. Not satisfied with anything less than an active involvement in the countless organizations she supports, the Princess Royal undertakes over fivehundred official engagements every year.And nowhere is her support more evident than in her capacity as President of the Save The Children Fund; a position that takes her from society functions and meetings with international politicians, to face-to-face confrontation with the stark tragedies of the Third World.
Pan Books (November 4, 1988)
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