Valentine Low is a journalist at The Times who has been writing about the royal family for over a quarter of a century. He is known for his insight and his scrupulously fair coverage, and makes regular appearances on international television as a royal commentator. His exposure of the bullying allegations against the Duchess of Sussex attracted global attention. Valentine previously worked at the London Evening Standard for over twenty years, reporting from all around the world. He lives in West London.
Low's enjoyable account... chronicles, and explains, the role of
those courtiers whose role comes closest to public
accountability... [and] there are tantalising unattributed snippets
from private interviews... Low's conclusion is a valuable one
This book is riveting. Extraordinarily well written, it canters along, packed with impeccable inside information. Low . . . is one of the exceptional minds writing about the British monarchy today
Courtiers is an excellent royal romp based on fact.
Courtiers is a suave history of the monarchy over the past century, seen through the prism of those who serve it . . . a remarkable insight . . . and an important addition