Sarah Goodall spent 12 years working for Prince Charles as a Lady Clerk from 1988 to 2000 - the period during which his marriage to the Princess of Wales broke down amid a frenzy of media attention. er experiences of life behind the scenes of the Royal Establishment have inspired this hilarious story of a naive and rather accident-prone young woman whose dreams all came true when she was given the opportunity to work for the heir to the throne. arah gets herself into numerous compromising situations, both at work and in her personal life, but she manages to establish a good rapport with her Royal employer. When the fairy tale comes crashing to an end, however, not even a final dramatic encounter with Prince Charles can save her from the axe. he Palace Diaries is an entertaining romp of a read that will delight and intrigue in equal measure.
Sarah Goodall was born in 1964. In 1988, she was employed as a Lady Clerk at St James's Palace and received her mvo in 1999. She left the Palace in December 2000 and now works as a freelance secretary. Nicholas Monson was born in 1955. Author of The Nouveaux Pauvres, he has written for Tatler and Harpers & Queen, and most British newspapers, including the Sunday Telegraph and the Daily Mail. He lives in London.