From the scandals and secrets of Queen Elizabeth’s court to the controversial rise of Camilla, Queen Consort, these bestsellers offer a glimpse into the fascinating world of the royals.

Peek through a unique window into the royal family’s lives, revealing both the triumphs and the tragedies that have shaped their legacy. Whether you’re a history buff or simply fascinated by the glamour of royalty, these titles are a must-listen for anyone interested in the world of the British monarchy. So grab a cup of tea, settle in, and prepare to be captivated by these top 8 royal biographies.

Spare is a deeply personal and insightful memoir by Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex. In this powerful and poignant title, Prince Harry offers a candid and revealing account of his life as a member of the royal family in his own words, his struggles with mental health, his decision to step back from duties, and his journey toward finding purpose and meaning beyond the confines of his royal role. With honesty, vulnerability, and courage, Prince Harry shares his unique perspective on some of the most pressing issues of our time, including the role of the media, racism, and the importance of community and compassion. Spare is a must-listen for anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of one of the most fascinating and controversial figures of our time and the impact that Meghan Markle had on his life.

Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Family is a captivating audiobook that delves into the life of one of the world’s most well-known monarchs. This biography explores the personal and public aspects of Queen Elizabeth’s life, from her childhood and marriage to her many state visits and royal duties. It also explores the relationships between the Queen of England and her family members, including her husband, children, and grandchildren. This intriguing title offers a rare glimpse into the private world of the royals and provides a detailed account of the Queen’s life and legacy. Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Family is a gripping listen for anyone interested in British royals.

Join award-winning writer Andrew Morton in his insightful and unique portrayal of the life of Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen is filled with extensive research and exclusive interviews with the Queen’s inner circle, including family members, friends, and palace insiders. Though she had hoped for a different outcome, Elizabeth ascended to the throne at 25, following her father’s untimely passing, King George VI. This biography presents a comprehensive portrait of the monarch’s life and reign, from her early years on the throne to her personal and political challenges. Morton provides a compelling account of a woman who has become the embodiment of British identity. With rich details and perceptive analysis, The Queen is a valuable addition to the collection of anyone intrigued by the fascinating world of royalty and the iconic figure at its heart.

Award-winning journalist Angela Levin offers an engrossing glimpse into the life of the woman who was demonized for decades for her involvement in the notorious love triangle with Prince Charles and Lady Diana. This detailed biography delves into Camilla’s journey of acceptance from the royal family and her evolution from Duchess of Cornwall to Queen Consort. This title shares Camilla’s philanthropic efforts, particularly during the pandemic, and includes interviews with her trusted confidantes and charity executives while highlighting the importance of Camilla’s advocacy for taboo topics such as domestic violence and rape. Camilla is a compelling and insightful listen that sheds light on a much-maligned figure and her place in the modern royal family.

Queen of Our Times, a Sunday Times Book of the Year, is an authoritative biography of Queen Elizabeth II by renowned royal expert Robert Hardman. Despite being third in line to the throne at birth, this soon changed after tragedy and scandal, and Elizabeth was crowned at 25. She showed incredible stability, guiding her family and people through over seventy years of immense social change while facing constitutional crises, assassination attempts and the rise and fall of fifteen British prime ministers. Queen of Our Times provides insight into the Queen’s unique relationship with her son and heir, Charles III, and explores her role in unifying the Commonwealth and charming world leaders.

This commemorative edition also features an epilogue reflecting the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, her passing, and her funeral. With access to key figures and exclusive interviews, this must-listen biography is a testament to her enduring legacy of dedicated service.

Princess Margaret: The Royal House of Windsor by Helen Cathcart is a captivating biography that explores the life of one of the British royal family's most fascinating and controversial members. The audiobook details Princess Margaret’s upbringing, her glamorous lifestyle and her tumultuous love life that gripped the British public. Cathcart reveals the princess’s struggles with depression and addiction and how she became a divisive figure in the public eye. The biography explores Margaret’s role in shaping the modern monarchy and the impact of her rebellious spirit on the royal family. With access to never-before-seen materials, including personal letters and interviews with close friends, Princess Margaret is an illuminating and absorbing must-listen story.

Discover the fascinating life of Antony Armstrong-Jones, a.k.a. Lord Snowdon, who married Princess Margaret and became an enigmatic figure of the British establishment. In Snowdon, Anne de Courcy delves into the complexities of his character, from his artistic talent to his scandalous affairs and wild lifestyle. Snowdon reveals the truth behind rumours, from the secret courtship of Princess Margaret to the love child born just weeks after their royal wedding. Listen into the accounts of passionate affairs on both sides, including the tragic suicide of one mistress and the birth of an illegitimate son to another. With a balanced yet unflinching account of Snowdon's life, this biography exposes the real man behind the public persona and delves into the complexities of his personal and professional life. This audiobook is a balanced yet unfiltered account of Lord Snowdon's life and times.

This audiobook is a captivating portrayal of the dynamic between two royal sisters who lived extraordinary lives. When Edward VIII abdicated the throne, the relationship between Windsor sisters Elizabeth and Margaret, changed dramatically. Margaret was compelled to comply with Elizabeth’s wishes after her coronation, even requiring her to curtsy to her younger sibling. Despite finding amusement in Margaret’s conduct, Elizabeth’s sister struggled to find her footing in the royal establishment. Margaret’s romance with Group Captain Peter Townsend, a divorcee, challenged the church and government’s stance, causing disapproval and forcing her to choose between love and her royal title. Elizabeth and Margaret delve into the relationship between the sisters, their divergent paths, and their impact on the royal family and the Crown throughout the 20th century.