Princess Margaret A Life Unfulfilled Author:Nigel Dempster "With her breeding, wit and unusal beauty Margaret attracted the attentions of the blue-blooded blades of her generation," writes Nigel Dempster of the radiant Princess in the years following World War II. First Margaret fell in love with RAF hero Peter Townsend, but the fact he was divorced created such an outcry that she was forced to renounc... more »e him.
By 1956, Margaret began seeing society photographer Anthony Armstrong-Jones. They married in 1960 and spent some dozen years jet-setting before separating.
Then Margaret met Roddy Llewellyn, a socially connected youth some seventeen years her junior. Thier friendship, which lasted most of the 1970's, was unlikely, madcap, and unrestrained.
Now Margaret, in her early fifties, is alone once more. Yet her friends feel she will meet another man, and soon. "This time she wants to live happily ever after," says one confidante, "just like Princesses are meant to."
After reading this candid, sympathetic portrayal of the least-understood member of the Royal Family, you will wish the Princess well.« less