Long Live the Queen!
Bryan Kozlowski

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Narrated By: Kirby Heyborne

Duration: 9 hours and 7 minutes

What to expect

“Does this crown make me look old?” said the Queen never.

Her longevity, health, and physical stamina are legendary. Now officially the longest reigning monarch in British history, Elizabeth II has spent over half a century on the throne, rarely taking a sick day and, in her tenth decade, remains amazingly comfortable in her own skin. How does she do it?

For the first time, step behind palace doors to unlock the little-known secrets behind the queen’s remarkable self-preservation and continued radiance. Investigating the six lifestyle spheres that have kept her going strong for decades, you will learn how to channel your inner royal—whether at work or at the table—in this fascinating plunge into the House of Windsor’s famous fountain of youth.

Extensively researched and delightfully revelatory, it’s the story of how one strong queen can make stronger, happier, healthier subjects of us all. Long live you!


Self-help, personal development and practical advice, Coping with ageing, Coping with ageing, Popular culture

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“Witty and hilarious, Kozlowski gives our generation something we so desperately need―a guide to living with simplicity and grace―courtesy of one of the most underappreciated celebrities of our time.”

Vanessa Woods, New York Times bestselling author

“If anyone has had a good life well lived, it is Her Majesty the Queen, and Bryan Kozlowski has brilliantly identified the key aspects of how she has achieved it. With an excellent grasp of what has made Elizabeth II’s reign unique, he has presented the techniques of leadership of this global icon in an immensely readable (and admirably respectful) way.”

Andrew Roberts, New York Times bestselling author

“Fresh and fascinating…Kozlowski’s clever and informative book will be embraced by her majesty’s many admirers, as well as by readers hoping to pick up some tips for living a long and rewarding life.”

Publishers Weekly

“Fascinating, insightful, and witty.”