Explosive royal book to tell all about REAL Princess Margaret as son hits out  – Today News US

Explosive royal book to tell all about REAL Princess Margaret as son hits out – Today News US

 The Queen’s sister, dubbed the “royal rebel”, has long been known as the fun-loving and chain-smoking princess, who captivated Britain with her fiery, free-spirited personality But her son, the 2nd Earl of Snowdon, is now planning to set the record straight over the “damaging image” of his mother in the public eye   David Armstrong-Jones, 57, is reportedly planning to write his own biography about his mother and father, photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones Why the Queen Mother told Dior models to break royal protocol Royal SNUB: How Prince Charles ‘IGNORED Princess Margaret on privac  He is said to be determined to “correct the damaging” portrayal of Princess Margaret by actress Vanessa Kirby in Netflix series, The Crown   Mr Armstrong said: “My mother is often portrayed, whether it’s in ‘authoritative’ books, or TV dramas, as being a socialite who was only interested in parties  “She was so much more than that, and devoted a huge amount of her time to the arts, as well as all her official duties on behalf of the Queen  “The series and the book depict fiction as fact, and the worry is that future generations will believe that my mother really behaved this way, word for word, scene by scene  “It’s time to correct this damaging image.” He has reportedly told friends how he is disappointed by the “cheap” representation of his mother as “some sort of carousing floozie,” according to the Daily Mail   The 57-year-old is now in contact with historians in his bid to write a autobiography that produces a more balanced view of Princess Margaret, who died in 2002   He previously said: “She had all these amazing sides to her.  Princess Diana’s ‘only royal family friend and champion’ REVEALED The Crown season 3 spoilers: Princess Margaret in tense exchange?  “She never pressured us to do things, she was always enthusiastic and made everyone feel included  “She said, ‘Just do the best you can.’ There was a very loving side as well.” Reacting to the news, royal biographer Hugo Vickers said the royal spare was much more “thoughtful and intelligent” than the public have been led to believe   He added: “Her friends have been rather depressed by the way she has been portrayed  “Every now and again we see fresh quotes or letters suggesting she was much more thoughtful and intelligent than we have been led to believe ”

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