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Edward VII, who gave his name to the Edwardian Age but was always known as Bertie, was fifty-nine when he finally came to power in 1901. The eldest son of Victoria and Albert, Victoria blamed his scandalous womanising for Albert's early demise, and this richly entertaining biography reveals his power struggle with Queen Victoria as one of the stormiest motherson relationships in history. Denied any proper responsibilities, the heir to the throne spent his time eating, pursuing women, gambling, going to parties and race meetings, and shooting pheasants. But contrary to popular belief, the playboy prince was also an instinctive diplomat. This magnificent and exhaustively researched book gives Bertie due credit while painting a vivid portrait of the age in all its excess and eccentricity.
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