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  Wednesday 12 September 2001  
Marriage and divorce, sex and scandal, Ascot and accidents - in her 12 years as the BBC's Royal Correspondent Jennie Bond has seen it all.

She joins Jenni Murray to talk about the delicate balancing act of reporting on royalty, and how she was once mistaken for the Queen.
She will be chatting about her new memoir, 'Reporting Royalty', and may even confide that in her less regal moments, she enjoys dancing to Cher while doing the housework.
Reporting Royalty (Headline; ISBN 0-7472-4002-7; £18.99)


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