In this much-anticipated sequel to his New York Times #1 bestseller The Day Diana Died, Christopher Andersen draws on important sources many of whom have agreed to speak here for the first time to paint this sympathetic yet often startling portrait of William and Harry, and reveal how their mother remains a constant presence in their lives. Among the revelations: New details about the hours and days after they lost their mother, how they coped in the wake of the tragedy, and who William blames for the crash that killed Diana. How the young princes were caught in the crossfire of their parents' tempestuous, often brutal marriage, and what impact that continues to have on them as young men. The behind-the-scenes maneuvering by the Queen to mold her grandsons in the Windsor image, and to what extent she has succeeded or failed. Camilla's growing role in the boys' lives, her secret pledge to Charles's sons, and whether they would accept her as theirstepmother. The disturbing influence of William's friends including rebellious, drug-abusing aristocrats and the Palace's fight to keep them from leading the future king astray.