The son of Greek and Danish royalty, consort to the queen, and the grandfather of Princes Harry and William, Prince Philip was at the heart of the royal family for decades—yet he remained an enigma to many. Here Ingrid Seward follows Philip from his aristocratic childhood in Paris and his mother's battle with schizophrenia through his military service during World War II and marriage to Elizabeth in 1947. Surveying Philip's seven decades beside the throne, Seward suggests that though it took years for him to find his place in the royal court, he became one of the most complex, powerful, and confounding royals in British history.
Prince Philip Revealed
Author: Ingrid Seward.