Where can I write to Prince William or Prince Harry? You can write to them care of: Clarence House, St. James's Palace, London SW1A 1BA, United Kingdom
If I write to Prince William, will he write back? I doubt it. However, an acquaintance of mine once sent a card to Princess Diana and received a note from someone on her staff, so you might get some reply.
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? Under current law, if a royal family member marries a Roman Catholic, he/she is no longer eligible to inherit the throne. (This law is expected to soon change.) Otherwise there are no requirements, except that a royal family member is not allowed to get married before age 25 without the Queen's permission.
What would happen to Prince Harry if he married a Catholic? Nothing would happen except that he would lose his place in the line of succession. He would still be a member of the royal family. It isn't against the law for a royal family member to marry a Catholic, but doing so means he/she can't become the monarch.
Why can't a prince become king if he marries a Catholic? This is spelled out in the Act of Settlement, passed in 1701, a time of religious conflict in Great Britain.
Can you give Prince William a message for me? No, sorry; I do not know Prince William!
Unless otherwise noted, these books are for sale at Amazon.com. Your purchase through these links will help to support the continued operation and improvement of the Royalty.nu site.
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 June 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, as much at home organising a pop concert as they are in full regimental dress uniform." (This appears to be an updated version of the author's 2003 book about the princes.)
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.
Prince William by Brian Hoey. Biography. Among the topics discussed are William's gap year abroad; his time at the University of St Andrews; his girlfriends; and his relationships with his father, brother, and Camilla Parker Bowles. Published in 2003.
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, some of which have never been published. Published in 2003.
Prince William: Born to Be King by Richard Buskin. Includes 50 color photos. Published in 1998.
Diana's Boys: William and Harry and the Mother They Loved by Christopher Andersen. Interesting account of the princes' lives and their close relationship with their mother (and father). The author portrays William as very kind and caring. Includes an excellent selection of black-and-white photographs. Out of print, but available from Alibris.
William: The Inside Story of the Man Who Will Be King by Nicholas Davies. A biography that examines every side of William's character. (Another version of this book is titled "William: The Rebel Prince.") Out of print, but sometimes available from Alibris.
Harry: The People's Prince by Chris Hutchins. A biography of Britain's Prince Harry written with the help of senior aides, bodyguards, schoolmates and friends. Published in 2013.
Harry's War: The True Story of a Soldier Prince by Robert Jobson. About Prince Harry's original 10 weeks of military service in Afghanistan. Published in 2008.
Prince Harry: The Biography by Mark Saunders. Biography that presents Harry as a bright, witty young man with a sensitive personality. Published in 2002. Includes photographs.
The Cadet Life of Prince Harry by Vasile Michael. A fictionalized biographical account of Prince Harry's military training at Sandhurst.
The Royals: Prince Harry by C. W. Cooke. Graphic novel (comic book) about Prince Harry, from his upbringing by Prince Charles and Princess Diana to his wild partying and his military experience.
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.
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.
Prince William (Young Profiles) by Tamara L. Britton. Biography for children ages 9 to 12.
Prince William by Terri and Dennis Dougherty. A biography for children ages 9 to 12. Published in 2009.
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.
Harry: Mysterious Prince (2005). Documentary.
A Wife for Wills. From the British aristocracy to American blue bloods to celebrities, this program examines beauties vying to marry Prince William in his younger days. Experts discuss the pros and cons of each candidate.
Prince William: Future King (2000). Documentary.
Prince William: Future King (2001). Made-for-television movie about Prince William, who is played by Jordan Frieda. Sometimes available.
British Monarchy Site - Prince William