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Brand:St Martins Press
Features: Hardcover
Item #: 1995427X
Available Date: 11/21/2017
Model Number: 9781250175304

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Airing in the Downton Abbey slot on PBS/Masterpiece last January, Victoria captivated millions of viewers, eclipsing Downton's first-season viewership and leaving its audience eager for the series's next season, which will focus on Victoria and Albert's passionate and tempestuous marriage.

This official tie-in to the show, by creator and screenwriter Daisy Goodwin, gives a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the show, featuring never-before-seen interviews, photos, diary entries, profiles on all major characters, and sumptuous detail on the costumes and props that bring Victoria and Albert's world to vivid life. Victoria and Albert follows this extraordinary relationship between two very different people—she impulsive, emotional, capricious; he cautious, self-controlled, and logical—whose devotion to each other was unparalleled in royal history.

Taking fans deeper into the world of Victoria than ever before, Victoria and Albert: A Royal Love Affair is the ultimate gift for devotees of the show.

About the Author

DAISY GOODWIN, creator and screenwriter of the Masterpiece presentation Victoria on PBS, is also the author of the novel Victoria, as well asthe New York Times bestsellers The American Heiress and The Fortune Hunter. She attended Columbia University's film school as a Harkness scholar after earning a degree in history at Cambridge University, and was chair of the judging panel of the 2010 Orange Prize forFiction. She lives in London.

SARA SHERIDAN studied at Trinity College, Dublin, and lives in Edinburgh. An historical novelist and journalist, she says, "History is a treasure chest which contains not only facts and figures, archive material and artefacts but stories. I love the stories." She has received a Scottish Library Award and was shortlisted for the Saltire Book Prize.

Product Details

  • Includes color photographs throughout
  • Hardcover: 304 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Performing Arts / Television