Waterstones becomes the first UK book store to stock a new paperback called "The Hidden Prince" where Queen Victoria's secret Scottish child and marriage are revealed.

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"Waterstones book store in Aberdeen Scotland became the first UK high street book store that is brave enough to stock this book of Scottish romance and secret child between Queen Victoria and Gillie John Brown," reports the director of Fedderate R Investments.

Balmoral Castle

Queen Victoria and Highland home kept some secrets of her hidden marriage to a Scotsman and their love child

Waterstones book store in Aberdeen made an order of "The Hidden Prince" by author Billy Rennie before January 2012 which sold out in less than a week. A second order was then placed due to the popularity and swift sales. The paperback book contains historical facts of the Scottish Royal secret marriage between Queen Victoria and Gillie John Brown. It also shows proof of their secret love child and the royal lineage that walk among us today without recognition.

Set in the romantic highlands of Scotland, Balmoral Castle is still the highland home of the recognized Royal family and still holds some secrets of the past? All is revealed by this local historian in all its glory for the common people to understand what really went on behind the closed doors of Victoria’s past. This includes information past on by the Royal Minister at neighboring Crathie.

What the author says: "There seems to be some suppression and avoidance of my book so far in the UK however it is available for order or download from most major online stores in various formats but it’s a breakthrough to have Waterstones in Aberdeen stock the paperback on the shelves. The truth will come out in my respectfully written book and I hope many more stores will follow this example and make this historical romantic paperback available to the public more readily. As Scotland looks once again for independence we must not forget we have Royal bloodlines from England and Scotland amongst us."

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