The Final Curtsey

The Final Curtsey This is the intimate and revealing autobiography of Margaret Rhodes the first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II and the niece of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Margaret was born into the Scottish arist

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This is the intimate and revealing autobiography of Margaret Rhodes, the first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II and the niece of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother Margaret was born into the Scottish aristocracy, into a now almost vanished world of privilege Royalty often came to stay and her house was run in the style of Downton Abbey In the Second World War years she lodgThis is the intimate and revealing autobiography of Margaret Rhodes, the first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II and the niece of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother Margaret was born into the Scottish aristocracy, into a now almost vanished world of privilege Royalty often came to stay and her house was run in the style of Downton Abbey In the Second World War years she lodged at Buckingham Palace while she worked for MI5 She was a bridesmaid at the wedding of her cousin, Princess Elizabeth to Prince Philip Three years later the King and Queen attended her own wedding Princess Margaret was a bridesmaid In 1990 she was appointed as a Lady in Waiting to the Queen Mother, acting also as her companion, which she describes in touching detail In the early months of 2002, she spent as much time as possible with her ailing aunt, and was at her bedside when she died at Easter that year The next morning she went to Queen Elizabeth s bedroom to pray, and in farewell dropped her a final curtsey This is an enthralling account of a special life, and a unique insight into the intimate moments of the British Royal family The Queen Mother regarded Margaret Rhodes as her third daughter , and she has been extremely close to her cousins the Queen and Princess Margaret throughout their lives The book is full of charming anecdotes, fascinating characters, and personal photographs and is an unparalleled insight into the private life of the British monarchy.
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  • ^ says:

    In a world dominated by news stories of unhappiness, conflict, strife and brutality; this autobiography shines through. No saccharin sentimentality, no angst, no ‘what-if’; this memoir is an absolute gem; a book that recalls, with a deeply genuine thankfulness, an unusual life lived through interesting times.There are, too, some fascinating personal insights into the humanity of Royal life’ such as Queen Elizabeth (Queen consort of King George VI) practicing her handling skills shooting ra [...]

  • Janine says:

    A charming reminiscence of a young Queen Elizabeth by her cousin who grew up with her. The stories of the venerated Queen Mother show her as a fun-loving pixie in her private life and gently spreading 'stardust' in her public life. Margaret Rhodes had an eventful life herself as she relates. Quick read, very enjoyable.

  • Vicki says:

    A short book which is a joy to read as the author's character shines through, as does the happiness of her life. One lovely thing about the book is the lack of bitchiness, and the respect that she has for others. I tire of books that read like a gossip column, and this book is quite frankly charming. It may not be great literature but it is a reflection on a life well lived.

  • Lynda says:

    Margaret Rhodes was born in to a somewhat austere country life of the Scottish aristocracy; she was the daughter of a baron & granddaughter of an earl. She was born in 1925 when the large country houses were run like Downton Abbey. She grew up to appreciate and handle outdoor life on large estates, to fish and hunt game, with governesses who taught her history and to speak fluent French. While she was to rue her lack of formal education in later life, she was certainly astute enough to land [...]

  • Chase Insteadman Mountbatten says:

    "[] I loved the fact that the mountain had been given by Queen Victoria to Prince Friedrich of Prussia when he married her daughter, Vicky, the Princess Royal, in 1858. As a result the mountain became part of German Tanganyika and the mapmakers had to draw a little bubble in the straight line of the frontier between British Kenia and Tanganyika. The imperial couple reigned briefly as German Emperor and Empress; Fritz, as he was known, being seriously ill and dying just three months after his acc [...]

  • Kealani says:

    WITHOUT PARALLEL !!!Margaret Rhodes amazes with warm, personal, revealing anecdotes of her Aunt, Queen Elizabeth, and her cousin Queen Elizabeth II. With depth that only comes from family, Margaret shares experiences from her days as playmate to the Princesses of York, the awe of participating in the Queen's wedding, and her days as Lady-in-Waiting to the Queen Mum. Who else could share correspondence of the Queen at some of the most major milestones in her life? But wait, there's more! Romance, [...]

  • Lena says:

    Dishy but not bitchy, this is a fascinating look into a disappearing lifestyle. I enjoyed the author's matter-of-fact approach to writing about (and experiencing) some very dramatic and noteworthy occasions. It's like listening to your rather daring and very well-connected great aunt's reminisces. And if you're at all fascinated by the Royal Family, it's a must read.

  • Izzy says:

    An unpretentious and often charming insight into the world of the 20th century aristocrat. Filled with wonderful anecdotes, it is a fascinating account of Margaret Rhodes' life, and her close relationship with the Royal Family. If you love the Queen as much as I do, this really is a must-read!

  • Ronald says:

    Seems pretty candid definitely not a tell-all but she doesn't gloss over everything either. An interesting autobiography of an interesting woman who grew up in an amazing time and in an unusual family

  • Carole says:

    Quaint but not tweePerhaps a disappearing world, but one of charm and grace; of tough personalities and an insight into the behind the scenes lives of those both belonging to 'The Firm' and those who serve them. Oh and those corgis!I enjoyed this book written in a gentle manner, with humour and not letting too many cats out of the bag. What did really surprise me was the, apparently, untrained pack of corgis who are the bane of many lives. Somehow I never imagined the Queen would have dogs that [...]

  • E.S. Ivy says:

    This reads like your grandmother sitting down with you and telling you her memories. There aren't a lot of details about the Queen, but that is most likely out of respect to the fact that she is a close family member. If you read between the lines you see more. The little details on the day to day life and expectations of nobility are interesting.Her life wasn't completely safe -- she writes about realizing that even though she was staying with her cousins during WWII she would be left behind in [...]

  • Anne M. says:

    Interesting enough book from the late Margaret Rhodes who was a first cousin of the Queen.Margaret spent a lot of time with the then Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret and had a lot of insight into their young lives. She was very close to her aunt The Queen Mother. I got a bit bored when she went on to her time shooting animals, which I know was the done thing in her young days, but it doesn't make for nice reading.However Margaret later became Lady-in -Waiting and had tales to tell of bot [...]

  • Simon says:

    If you weren't up to the searing realism and muckraking of the recent authorized biography of the Queen Mother by Shawcross, then this is the read for you. Margaret Rhodes never met anyone who didn't get along, including (much to their mutual surprise, I'm sure) the Duchess of Windsor and her aunt. There are a couple of funny lines in which the authoress reveals (1) her class prejudices and (2) Wodehouse's Aunt Dahlia may have been a documentary. Plus there is a set-piece in which she is trapped [...]

  • Dorian says:

    Although the blurb calls this book an autobiography, the term "memoir" is in fact far more accurate. The author looks back over her long life and tells little stories about things that happened. Unfortunately, they're mostly not vastly interesting little stories, and while her refusal to speak ill of anyone is no doubt admirable, it also means her reminiscences are somewhat bland.It's a pleasant enough book, and whiled away an afternoon well enough, but it's nothing special.

  • Amy Hoodock says:

    I enjoy reading about the royals and this book was fun for me. The writing is fine, but a little all over the place logically. If you treat it as a series of vignettes with no depth and definitely no scandal, then you will enjoy a quick read. Do not expect major new insights.

  • Kathy says:

    A short, easy to read autobiography by the recently deceased Margaret Rhodes, cousin of the Queen. Some wonderful anecdotes, funny stories, a few "Downton Abbey" like moments and some 'shooting down' of a media fuelled myth or two.

  • Herb says:

    This is actually the book format that I'm reading. I couldn't find a dust jacket cover for the book form.I liked this book, written by a cousin of the queen. Part personal autobiography and part story of her relationship with the Royal Family.

  • Rebekka says:

    This was a quick read, an interesting insight into the Royal Family. She was amazingly devoted to the Queen Mother (Elizabeth I) but her writing lacks something. I would recommend it as a travel book; something you can read in a couple of hours and not really think too much of again.

  • ₵oincidental Ðandy says:

    This is one of those transitional, 'in-between' quick-read books - the sort that One delves into, in the interim, before deciding on which book to read next. Anecdotally entertaining in parts, but on the saccharine side. Definitely destined for the 'giveaway' pile.

  • Elizabeth says:

    It was ok. There were some interesting bits, and some not so interesting bits too! I'm pretty sure I would never opt to ignore a dying man in favour of my dinner party guests, but she did and also apparently found the situation funny. I guess the rich really are different.

  • Leslie Goddard says:

    Pleasant, easy to read. Most of the good anecdotes have been mined by biographers of the Queen and are already well-known

  • Pablo says:

    The book left me a bit underwhelmed.

  • Samantha says:

    A lovely read giving vignettes of life as a cousin to the Queen. I enjoyed reading the author's descriptions of her life, travels, and family.

  • Lisa of Hopewell says:

    Overall--disappointing. Here's a link to my full review. hopewellmomschoolrebornsp

  • Alicia says:

    I really loved this, full of beautiful little stories about the royals and about Margaret's life, worth a read.

  • Rebecca Davies says:

    Light and breezyThis memoir presents an insight into a lost world of royalty and privilege.The writing is clunky but it's an easy read.

  • Jane says:

    nice memoir, nothing nasty, unlike other Household books.

  • Katie says:

    Such a nice book, it gave a lovely insight into the life of Margaret Rhodes, the Royal Family and the British Empire.

  • Mary says:

    An reasonably enjoyable read. Nothing too remarkable revealed though.

  • Paula Meldrum says:

    Very interesting book. Excellent source of historical social information. Entertaining in parts, but then so is life. Recommended.

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