Frequently Asked Questions
What is Prince William's e-mail address? I don't know. This isn't public knowledge and never will be.
What are the requirements to marry a British prince? In the past, if a royal family member married a Roman Catholic, he/she was no longer eligible to inherit the crown. This law has been changed so that royals can now marry Roman Catholics and still remain in the line of succession.
One requirement that still exists: The first six people in the line of succession cannot get married without the monarch's permission. If one of those people does marry without the monarch's consent, he or she will be disqualifed from succeeding to the throne.
What would happen to William or Harry if he married without permission? Nothing would happen except that he would lose his place in the line of succession.
Can you give Prince William a message for me? No, sorry; I do not know Prince William!
Books About Prince William
Unless otherwise noted, these books are for sale at Amazon.com. Your purchase through these links will result in a commission for the owner of the Royalty.nu site.
Book Categories: Biographies, Kate Middleton, Harry & Meghan, Children's Books, DVDs, Diana, Charles, Other Windsors, British Royal History
The Prince of Wales
William at 40: The Making of a Modern Monarch by Robert Jobson. In public, Prince William appears calm and determined, but according to this biography he is sometimes different in private. Published in 2022.
Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry, and Meghan by Christopher Andersen. What happened to Prince William and Prince Harry as they became adults, started families, and faced continual waves of controversy. Published in 2021.
Battle of Brothers: William and Harry - The Friendship and Feuds by Robert Lacey. Reveals the details of Prince William and Prince Harry's closeness and estrangement. Were seeds of damage sowed by Charles and Diana? What parts have Kate, Meghan, and the Queen played? Published in 2020.
Prince William: The Man Who Will Be King by Penny Junor. Biography of a well-balanced man who is determined to do the right thing and to serve his country. Published in 2012.
William & Harry: The People's Princes by Ingrid Seward. Published in 2009, this joint biography of the royal brothers presents them as "a new breed of royal." (This appears to be an updated version of a 2003 book.)
Prince William: A Biography by Joann F. Price. Covers the prince's life from his birth in 1982 to his engagement in 2010, and explains how being born into the royal family has molded him.
William: HRH Prince William of Wales by Peter Archer, photographs by Tim Graham. A biography illustrated with hundreds of color photographs of Prince William at work and play. Published in 2003.
William, Duke of Cambridge by Halima Sadat. This brief souvenir biography celebrates the life of Prince William from childhood to fatherhood. Published in 2019.
Books About Kate Middleton
For Children and Teens
Books About Prince William
Prince William: Real-Life Prince by Sarah Tieck. Biography for children ages 9 to 12, published in 2011.
Prince William by Kathleen Tracy. Biography for children ages 9 to 12. Published in 2011.
William and Kate
William and Kate by Annabel Savery. Learn about the British royal couple, their place in British history, and their many duties. Includes photos. For children ages 8 to 11. Published in 2019.
Kate Middleton and Prince William by Angie Timmons. A joint biography for young adult (teen) readers. Published in 2019.
Growing Up Royal: Life in the Shadow of the British Throne by Jane Billinghurst looks at the early lives of Prince William, Prince Harry, Princess Beatrice, and Princess Eugenie. For children ages 9 to 12.
Documentaries & Movies
William and Kate Movies & Documentaries
These DVDs are formatted for North American audiences.
Prince William & Prince Harry: Prisoners of Celebrity. This 2005 documentary looks at the princes' search for identity.
Prince William: Future King (2000). Documentary.
DVDs About William and Kate Middleton
British Monarchy Site: The Duke of Cambridge