Natalie Baldwin; the beautiful daughter of Richard Baldwin a Royal Guard is the result of a vacation romance. At age five Natalie, by her own curiosity discovered her unknown father's contact information and phoned him in England. Discovering that he has a daughter, an only child, Richard flew to the Caribbean Island and brought his daughter back to England where she lived like royalty. They were like two peas in a pod and nothing else mattered to Richard than to be the best Father he could be; ensuring that nothing comes between him and his beloved daughter. As Richard's daughter, Natalie has won the heart of friends and strangers alike; bringing joy, humor and charm to everyone who knew her. At age eighteen, upset with her Father for denying her the only thing she thought mattered and finally fed up of living under the spotlight, Natalie returned to Grenada to be near her mother. Still unable to find the freedom she sought; at twenty-one, she flew to California to be with a Cousin. While in California, she met handsome, driven, Phillip Lane and fell madly in love. After Phillip proposed marriage, bound by her British tradition, they flew to England to obtain her stubborn father's approval to marry; just in time to fulfill a long awaited promise she'd made to the Prince of Edinburgh.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-05-18 - Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Natalie Baldwin; the beautiful daughter of Richard Baldwin a Royal Guard is the result of a vacation romance. At age five Natalie, by her own curiosity discovered her unknown father's contact information and phoned him in England. Discovering that he has a daughter, an only child, Richard flew to the
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-04-19 - Publisher: Routledge
Performing Power explores 18th-century fabrication of the royal image by focusing on the example of King Gustav III (1746–1792) – one of Sweden’s most acclaimed and controversial monarchs – who conspicuously chose theater as the primary media for his image-making and role construction. The text postulates that Gustav III was
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008 - Publisher: Channel View Publications
The relationships between tourism and royalty have received little coverage in the tourism literature. This volume provides a critical exploration of the relationships between royalty and tourism past, present, and future from a range of disciplinary perspectives.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-08-31 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This is a ground-breaking history of the British monarchy in the First World War and of the social and cultural functions of monarchism in the British war effort. Heather Jones examines how the conflict changed British cultural attitudes to the monarchy, arguing that the conflict ultimately helped to consolidate the