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Cartland

(ˈkɑːtlənd)
n
(Biography) Dame Barbara (Hamilton). 1901–2000, British novelist, noted for her prolific output of popular romantic fiction

Cart•land

(ˈkɑrt lənd)
n.
Dame (Mary) Barbara (Hamilton), 1901–2000, British romance writer.
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King's Norton MP John "Ronald" Cartland - brother of Dame Barbara - told Parliament that many of his constituents already believed Chamberlain was acting like a dictator and that breaking Parliament at such a time of national crisis would only reinforce that image.
Scandal was never far away - Prince George was said to be a bisexual drug addict who had a string of affairs, including with Barbara Cartland and, allegedly, Noel Coward.
2000 DAME BARBARA CARTLAND, Writer of romantic fiction.
Bri Sierzega and Olivia Cartland earned second place with their music video titled "Hostage." In addition, Allan Rodriguez earned a third place on the Seven Day Prop and Line Challenge video titled "Flashes."
According to Matthew Kirkham, a journalist for (https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/1104633/princess-diana-heartbreak-Barbara-Cartland-prince-charles-fairytale-romance-spt) Express , the late Princess of Wales "placed too much idealism in her step-grandmother's romance novels." Princess Diana was a fan of the romance novels written by Barbara Cartland, who was dubbed the "Queen of Romance." Prince William and Prince Harry's mother was hoping that she would find the same happiness as the characters in the book.
MARGARET Thatcher was sent rejuvenating remedies by romance author Barbara Cartland, documents show.
Cartland, who corresponded and lunched with the former Tory Prime Minister, sent "nutrimental capsules" promising an energy boost.
"It looks like a melted Barbara Cartland" Great British Bake-Off presenter Noel Fielding's on Alan Carr's bungled rainbow cake.
"It looks like a melted Barbara Cartland" Great British Bake-Off presenter Noel Fielding's description of comedian Alan Carr's bungled rainbow cake.
Birds Of A Feather star Linda Robson, after losing weight "It looks like a melted Barbara Cartland" Great British Bake-Off presenter Noel Fielding's description of comedian Alan Carr's bungled rainbow cake "I was invited to do I'm a Celebrity, but my kids said 'We don't want to see you naked on telly'.
Countess Spencer was the daughter of prolific romantic novelist Dame Barbara Cartland.
Cartland Project based on the legacy of romance fiction