Five women. One house. One extraordinary history.
Natalie Livingstone was born and raised in London. She graduated with a first class degree in history from Christ's College, Cambridge in 1998. She began her career as a feature writer at the Daily Express and now contributes to Tatler, Harper's Bazaar, US Vogue, Elle, The Times and the Mail on Sunday. Natalie lives in London with her husband and two children.
"Narratively enthralling ... chronicled with scholarship,
readability, wit and a fine eye for telling detail." -- Andrew
Roberts * Evening Standard *
"Her scholarship is considerable and yet she wears it lightly, producing a book which is always lively, entertaining and immensely readable." * Daily Express *
"Natalie Livingstone has written an utterly fascinating and completely beguiling account of three centuries of high living, high politics, and high drama at one of Britain's most famous stately homes. A page turner from start to finish, The Mistresses of Cliveden perfectly illustrates why social history rules the shelves; it's history with all the good stuff left in." -- Amanda Foreman, author of GEORGIANA, DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE
"A wonderful voyage through the fascinating history of Cliveden - this is a brilliant book full of gripping personalities and beautiful detail." -- Kate Williams, author of BECOMING QUEEN and JOSEPHINE
"Wide-ranging and deliciously enjoyable..." -- Juliet Nicholson * The Telegraph *