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New book reveals Queen’s stoicism in her final months


New book reveals Queen’s stoicism in final months: Intimate portrait tells how she found comfort after Philip’s death watching Line of Duty and how she dealt with revelations about Andrew

A fascinating royal biography sheds new light on Queen Elizabeth’s remarkable stoicism in the last months of her life, how she didn’t hesitate to ‘fire’ her own son – and found comfort after her husband’s death by watching Line of Duty.

Written by author and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth, Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait – which is serialised in Mail +  as well as tomorrow’s Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday – is littered with fascinating vignettes about our longest-serving but still so enigmatic sovereign.

Mr Brandreth, who occupies a unique…



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