William & Harry is the first authoritative portrait of the two young princes who are directly in line to the British throne. Ingrid Seward, the best-selling author of The Queen & Di, draws from her personal conversations with Prince Charles and Princess Diana, as well as a wide range of intimate contacts, to give us the closest look yet at the lives of the men who would be king. William, who is second in line to the throne, turns twenty-one this year. He has conquered his natural reticence and is aware he carries the future of the royal family on his shoulders. Harry, his younger brother, is trying to live up to expectations while attempting to control his wild side. Seward takes a frank look at the problems the two boys faced while growing up in the spotlight of royalty. She reveals for the first time how they reacted to the break-up of their parents' marriage and their mother's tragic death, as well as how they dealt with Diana's often terrifying celebrity in life. Seward answers the most compelling questions: What really happened after Diana died? How did Charles rise out of the morass of indecision to take responsibility for his sons, and how did he reclaim the affection of his two teenage boys? How did they feel about Camilla Parker Bowles, the other woman in Charles's life whom Diana detested? What is their relationship with each other and with the rest of the Royal Family? And how have they learned to deal with being royal in an age when the old certainties are gone? Insightful and engaging, William & Harry follows the lives of two remarkable young men, who, like Diana, have captivated the world and now personify the future of the British monarchy.