WIN A COPY OF THE ROYAL WARDROBE BY ROSIE HARTE
– A WHOLE NEW ROYAL HISTORY, WITH A VERY STYLISH TWIST!
Why did women wear such heavy and uncomfortable skirts in the Elizabethan era? What happened to King Charles II’s pubic hair wig? How did Princess Diana’s revenge dress become so iconic?
Fashion for the Royal Family has been one of their most powerful weapons and plays a key role in why they still exist today. Their clothes are imbued with meaning, with history, and with majesty but at their core they tell a story.
Their clothes reveal complex individuals with fears, preferences, demands, and insecurities just like us, sometimes they are weird and wonderful, sometimes they are stately and dramatic, either way they explode with the personalities of the people that wore them.
From the TikTok sensation, Rosie Harte, The Royal Wardrobe dives into a horrible history and colourful past that will surprise and fascinate. From the Tudors to the Victorians right through to the 21st Century family rife with drama and division, there is so much still to uncover and explore.
Their clothes tell stories and hide secrets, you just need to know how to read them.
Rosie Harte is a fashion historian and TikTok creator. During lockdown, she began to transfer her knowledge of art and fashion history into bite-size content for TikTok, and now runs a hugely successful account (@theroyalwardrobe) with a world-wide following.
Rosie has worked with museums across the country to bring their collections to a new audience and contributed to documentaries on royal life and fashion. She loves to explore the unconventional, the scandalous and the untold, introducing her viewers to the Royal Family’s rich and fashionable history.
To celebrate this impressively written and illustrated hardback release, Royal Life magazine has 5 copies to give away to our lucky readers. For your chance to win one just answer this simple question:
What colour was Princess Diana’s famous revenge dress?
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Remember to include your name, address, email and contact number. The competition deadline is 31st March 2024. The winner will be selected at random and revealed in issue 69 of Royal Life magazine.