On Thursday 6th February, Sir David Amess, MP for Southend West, spoke at the launch of author Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills’ new book, “The Adventures of Little Queen Lilibet: A Royal Day Out”. The book is set in 1934 and follows a day in the life of 8-year-old Princess Elizabeth. It has been devised to introduce royal history to younger generations in a fun and historically accurate way. It also acts as a tribute to Her Majesty and her decades of selfless service to our nation.
Mace-Archer-Mills is an expert in Royal history and this launch follows the success of his third book “Their Majesties’ Mixers, When they Reign, They Pour”, which received widespread acclaim. He is also founder of the British Monarchists Society, of which Sir David is patron, an organisation which aims to promote the work of the Crown and contribute to the lasting legacy of the Monarchy itself through educational programmes and projects.
After the event Sir David said “It was an honour to attend and speak at the book launch this evening. The British Monarchists Society does brilliant work educating people about the Monarchy and this book is a great way of passing that message on to the younger generations”.