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Bright Young Royals: Your Guide to the Next Generation of Blue Bloods

3.32 of 5 stars 3.32  ·  rating details  ·  28 ratings  ·  3 reviews

Young, hot, and royal.

More than ever before, nightclubs and ski slopes are teeming with a new generation of hip young royals - many of them single and looking for love. Packed with full-color photographs and page after page of gorgeous profiles, Bright Young Royals is your glamorous must-have guide to the smartest, best-looking crowd the world's monarchies have ever prod

ebook, 272 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Berkley Books
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This is a very interesting and fun read. I loved that the author highlights the philanthropic entities founded and/or supported by these young aristocrats and royalty. It is heartening to know how much they are involved in our changing world, their compassion for the less privileged and their concern for the environment. They share a commonality of affluence and power & hopefully together they can make a difference ... truly an unexpected bonus in this delightful book. I am honestly surprise ...more
A cute little mindless read, good for a fun little beach read. I especially liked the profile on Queen Rania.
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Entertaining fluff read when you are sick and in bed. Not very useful though, if you don't care, or aren't interested in stalking today's superfluous royalty.
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Born in 1977, Jerramy Sage Fine grew up in Western Colorado along with her little brother Ezra. Although she was raised by crazy hippy parents, she still maintains there was a dreadful hospital mix-up and she was switched at birth with the baby daughter of English aristocrats. Jerramy attended the University of Rochester where she spent her semester abroad working in the House of Commons, and late ...more
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