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According to the Royal Palace, however, there are currently no plans for a royal wedding between Princess Mia Thermopolis Renaldo, 25, and. Royal Wedding: A Princess Diaries Novel. From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Princess Diaries series, comes the very first adult installment, which follows Princess Mia and her Prince Charming as they plan their fairy tale wedding—but a few poisoned apples could. From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Princess Diaries series, comes the very first adult installment, which follows Princess Mia and her Prince Charming as they plan their fairy tale wedding--but a few poisoned apples could turn this happily-ever-after into a.

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Most of the time and I feel that I am worthless. Most of the time. But my dad had filled out mostly A little of the times and None of the times. Even for his answers to statements like, I feel as if true romantic love has passed me by.

Which I happen to know is a total lie. Dad told me he has had only one true love in his entire life, and that was Mom, and that he let her go, and totally regretted it. Because he knew I might never find a love like that again.

The receptionist—Mrs. Hopkins—took our forms back and brought them through a door to the right of her desk. Meanwhile, Lars picked up the latest copy of Sports Illustrated off Dr. I bet he never thought that was going to be part of his job description when he graduated from bodyguard school. I got that part.

He comes very highly recommended. What does that mean? Hopkins is back. She says the doctor will see us now. That was the weirdest thing. Knutz was. I know Dad said not to let his name or his demeanor fool me, but I mean, from his name and his profession, I expected him to be a little old bald dude with a goatee and glasses and maybe a German accent.

And he was old. And he had sort of a Western accent. Knutz is a cowboy. A cowboy psychologist. It so figures that out of all the psychologists in New York, I would end up with a cowboy one. His office is furnished like the inside of a ranch house. On the wood paneling along his office walls there are pictures of wild mustangs running free. His office furniture is dark leather and trimmed with brass studs.

And the carpet is a Navajo rug. I could tell right away from all this that Dr. Knutz certainly lived up to his name. Also, that he was way crazier than me. This had to be a joke. My dad had to be kidding that 61 Dr. Princess Mia!

Nice to meetcha. Heard you were uncharacteristically nice to your grandma yesterday. Unlike Dr.

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Moscovitz—so I am not unfamiliar with how doctorpatient relationships are supposed to go. And they are not supposed to begin with completely false accusations on the part of the doctor. I just said what she wanted to hear so she would go away. Knutz said. Give the man a chance. Knutz wanted to know. I swear he really said hetted and not heated. Carl Jung for some time. I have been struggling to achieve selfactualization for years. I am no stranger to psychology.

Knutz said, looking intrigued. Knutz said, looking down at a piece of paper on his desk. But I respect his wishes, and I know that if I ever hope to attain the fruits of self-actualization, I have to spend more time building up the roots of my tree of life, and. Except for possible meningitis.

Or lassa fever. I just have to adjust. Suddenly, I was very close to tears. Also, my heart was beating kind of fast again. Because I was not avoiding school because I might have to see Lilly there, or interact socially with people. Or why I want to move to Genovia. Because everything he was saying was totally ridiculous. Because everything sucks. And I probably do have meningitis, even though everyone seems to be ignoring my symptoms. Do I need to? Only now I was blinking back tears.

Knutz went on in a gentle voice. I mean, for a cowboy. Then my dad reached over and took my hand.

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Plus, my hand was super sweaty. How did he keep doing that?

How did he keep reading my mind like that? Was it because he spent so much time out on the range? With the deer? And the antelope? What is an antelope, anyway? Knutz was saying. And this time, leave the Jungian tree of selfactualization out of it. Maybe it was the Navajo rug.

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Maybe it was the cowboy hat on the peg on the back of the door. In any case, the next thing I knew, I was telling this strange, aging cowboy everything.

Which is apparently some rule of Dr. Knutz took me on as a regular patient. Only I had just read Alice in Wonderland, and, of course, I was obsessed with anything resembling a rabbit hole. And so, of course, I moved the plywood off the cistern, and stood there on the edge, looking down into the deep, dark hole, wondering if it led to Wonderland and if I could really go there.

And then the dirt around the edge gave way, and I fell down the hole. Far from it. I put the plywood back where it had been and went back to the house, shaken and smelly and dirty, but no worse for wear. And fortunately, no one ever found out. I was stuck down there at the bottom. I could just watch, from down at the bottom of that big, black hole. It was really weird, but. I know it sounds dumb. But the idea of calling for help had never even occurred to me.

Help me out of that hole, I mean. I was down there so deep, and I was so tired. I mean, if it works. Knutz said matter-of-factly. Certain medical conditions can affect mood, so we want to rule those out— along with the meningitis, of course.

Then you can come see me for your first therapy session after school. From which my office is conveniently located just a few blocks away. Knutz looked surprised. My heart had begun to slam into the back of my ribs. You know, make a clean start, and all of that? His eyes, I noticed, were blue. The skin around them was crinkly and kind-looking.

Prescribe me something. Some drugs or something. That might make it easier. Again, Dr. Knutz seemed to know exactly what I meant. And he seemed to find it amusing. I have a colleague 70 who can, if I feel I have a patient who needs it.

He could not be more wrong. I needed drugs. A lot of them! Who needed drugs more than me? No one! The next thing I knew, Dr. Knutz was blinking at me, and Dad was wriggling around uncomfortably in his chair. But, again. In fact, when asked if you ever felt like killing yourself, you replied None of the time.

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Why would anybody willingly do things that scare them? He was right. I knew he was right. Michael did say we both had some growing up to do. You have a bodyguard. What about this Tina person your mother mentioned? You forget about the people who would do anything—anything in the world, probably—to help you out of it.

And who knows? Now I know his name really is appropriate. Did you think no one was going to notice? You know that, Mia. Principal Gupta may be many things—a despotic control freak among them—but she would never betray studentprincipal confidentiality. How humiliating! If James Bond were completely bald. Anyway, when I got back to the loft, I found that Mom had used my absence as an opportunity to clean my room and send all of my bedding out to the laundry-by-the-pound place.

Meanwhile, Mr. G had taken away my TV. So now I know what Dr. Knutz and I will be discussing for a good portion of our appointed hour together tomorrow. I guess I have bigger things to worry about. Like that while I was showering just now, Mom snuck into the bathroom and stole my Hello Kitty pajamas. And threw them down the incinerator. Maybe I was getting a little too attached to them. We went through a lot together, my Hello Kitty pajamas and I.

Mom, Dad, and Mr. G are all sitting around the kitchen table right now, having some kind of not-so-secret conference about me. Not-so-secret because I can totally hear.

To distract myself, I went online for the first time in, like, a million years to see if anyone had e-mailed me. It turned out they had. A lot. I had unread messages. And, okay, most of them were spam.

But quite a few were cheerful attempts to make me feel better from Tina. There were some from Ling Su and Shameeka, too, and even a couple from Boris. He is such a good boyfriend. He always does exactly what Tina tells him to.

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There were quite a few from J. Then, as I was going through, sending message after message into my trash folder, I saw it. An e-mail from Michael. I swear, my heart started beating about a million miles a minute, and my palms got instantly soaked. Because what if it was just a reiteration of what Michael had said to me on Sunday?

The thing about how we should just be friends and see other people? No way. Well, obviously. This place is a little nutty— they really do eat noodles for breakfast! But fortunately you can still find egg sandwiches most places. The work is what I expected it to be—hard—but I really think I have a solid chance of actually getting this thing off the ground. Well, I have to go.

Still, that had to mean something, right? That maybe he still loves me, at least a 78 little? But then. About just wanting to be friends.

A friendly note to show he had no hard feelings over the J. Or had I, in the complete psychotic break I had last week over the Judith Gershner thing, managed to destroy any iota of romantic feeling he ever had for me? And pressed. And just like that, his e-mail was gone. And no way was I writing him back. Michael may be over me. Not yet, anyway. And there will be a new face that pops up, as well. If you've been dying to know what happens to Mia next, I really think you're gonna enjoy the hell out of this one!

Also reviewed for: View all 30 comments. Jan 09, Jessica rated it it was amazing. I really really liked this book but it maybe had a little TOO much going on.. That's the only reason why I took away half a star. I loved getting to see Mia all grown up and getting married.

I loved finding out where all her high school buddies were at and who were still together and all that. I'd read books about Mia forever. Aug 08, Giselle rated it really liked it Shelves: Mia is now twenty-six years old. She's come far from her teen years and has proven to be a wonderful princess of Genovia. She has wonderful supportive friends, a job she loves, a loving but meddling family and Michael, her high school sweetheart.

Then she finds out something about her father that could change her life forever. I pretty much devoured this one. Written in a diary style, it includes written di An Electronic Advanced Reader Copy was provided by the publisher via Edelweiss for review. Written in a diary style, it includes written diary entries in Mia's narrative style. There's also snippets from newspapers, Internet articles and my favourite one of all text messages. So many funny bits, I couldn't help but laugh out loud.

Not only does Meg Cabot get into the heart and soul of her main character, but she also gives sunny personalities to the secondary characters. Mia's two best friends have been there from the beginning and I love how different they each are yet they are both so supportive and loving towards Mia.

Lily and Tina are just the best fictional friends you could ask for. His emoii stories made me laugh out loud too. Can I also say how romantic his proposal to Mia was?? Reading Royal Wedding brought me back to my teen years and I loved every minute of it! If you haven't read this series yet, give it a go.. I know you'll laugh out loud as much as I did. I lie when I should tell the truth, and tell the truth when I lie. Middle-schoolers are animals.

View 2 comments. May 04, Kitty rated it it was ok Shelves: Review 4. I was smiling towards the end. I was deliberating on giving this a four star rating, but I'm not gonna because this was just cute fun read. I'm still not sure how I feel about Olivia, but I hope we have a sequel.

Thank you Meg Cabot for writing this story! So excited for this book!!!!! I finally preordered it!!!! I finally preordered it!!!!!! It's going to happen!!!!!!!!!! Me when I found out: When I read the date: Mia and Michael are back!!!! Everything that I wished for and more! I can't imagine any fan of the Princess Diaries being disappointed with this. Michael is still a dream and every girl's fantasy. His emojis cracked me up every time, I can't even. Grandmere continues with her Sidecar swilling and being obnoxiously rude.

Lilly, Tina and co. And the proposal Everything that I wished for and more! Time to get my hands on Olivia's book. But first, can we pretty please have a sequel?!?! I need to know how Mia and Michael view spoiler [fare with their twins!!!

I kid you not - I can chart my progress through puberty with them. I desperately wanted combat boots I owe my love for boots to Mia, really , wanted a Michael, wanted a Fat Louie, but most importantly just related so much to Mia though I'd rather not be a princess! While I've had my problems with the series see: So to find out that Meg Cabot's writing a new adult Princess Diaries book?

It's like she's reviving all my favourite childhood series: Apr 29, Chelsea chelseadolling reads rated it it was amazing. Currently grinning like a fool, oh my god. Sep 10, Duanur rated it really liked it Shelves: Before Reading: My babies are getting married! Me whenever Michael appears in the book: Reading this, I felt like I was catching up with old friends.

If you are a fan of The Princess Diaries series, you have to read this book. Not a lot happens but it made me so happy! Especially to see Michael and Mia together again. They are relationship goal Before Reading: They are relationship goals. Jun 08, Booknut rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is everything!

It's finally happening guys - one of the fave literary couples from my childhood is getting married!! There are not enough happy dance gifs in the world to express how awesome this book was. Not only was it a trip down memory lane, but it was also filled with spot-on humor and heartwarming moments that made me want to laugh and cry happy tears into a bowl of ice-cream May 03, Emmah rated it really liked it.

I'm disappointed in the cover! It doesn't match the other books at like all: May 19, Vitor Martins rated it it was amazing Shelves: These diamond shoes! They fit so tight and hurt so much! You got the diamond shoes! Many people, they have no shoes at all. She whines. Ad nauseum. An honest-to-goodness tiara-wearing Princess. But is Mia happy? Mia whines and whinges and wonders why everything happens to her?!? Yeah, Mia…my heart bleeds for your plight I hate lashing out at a series that was very dear to me.

Mia was an endearing teen heroine.

I adored the first three instalments of The Princess Diaries. She was a tall, clumsy, fourteen year old with a surfboard chestline, a triangular hairstyle and a grandmother straight from Gitanes-scented hell. For such a girl to be suddenly thrust into the limelight and freak out was understandable. Her rantings, ravings and panic attacks made complete sense. But not now. And that rankled. Low blow, Cabot. Why did you have to go do that to Mr. To sum it up, I do love a happy ending. But I think I already got that in Book This one, I could have done without.

Jun 07, Dayse Dantas rated it liked it. Mia mocks her teenage self for being too self absorbed while maintaining the same annoying quality to this day? Just No. Mia still gets weirdly panicked thinking Michael is going to break up with her after all these years? G dying just for the sake of a lazyass rekindled love storyline?

Mia still talks about Tina in a condescending way even though they've grown up and she's clearly in pain and is also a medical student? Lilly and Lars? Helen and Philippe getting back together out of nowhere because Philippe had another secret daughter and therefore was more complex than Helen had realized? Philippe abnegating? Helen moving to Genovia because of Philipe? The whole flippant baby business? Mia considering Lilly as godmother and not Tina?

Tina, as usual, had to do the job. Boris is a superstar. Ok, she was actually kind of great. Which makes it worse, because this entire book felt so weak and… unnecessary. Then all of the rest of the things that happened in this book could happen in the course of Olivia's series and in a much better written and handled way. Not the horrible stuff, though, such as Lilly and Lars. Eugh, seriously, what was that?? Just felt like lazy writing. I was sad at first, then I got frustrated, then I got angry, and now I'm going back to being sad.

Feb 28, Laurence R. Amazing, incredible, fabulous, wonderful, excellent I honestly loved every single page of this book. Not only was I amazed to go back into this royal universe I'd read about years ago, I also thought every part of it was really well-thought.

The first thing I loved was how, after all these years, Mia is still the same girl we know, except older. She's still funny, quirky, nerdy and lovable, which made me feel like I had just stopped reading the last book. I honestly burst out laughing many tim Amazing, incredible, fabulous, wonderful, excellent I honestly burst out laughing many times while reading, because her honesty or her comments were just too funny.

She and Michael were easily recognizable - as well as the other characters, to be honest - and it didn't feel the slightest bit weird to see them get on with their lives and be real adults.

Their love is still extremely strong and while this novel didn't feel like a romance, it still has loads of swoon-worthy moments that I enjoyed very much. As for the plot, I honestly have no idea how Cabot could still think of such an amazing plot. Really, after having written ten books about a young princess's life, you'd think she'd have ran out of good ideas, but here's the truth: Everything about Genovia and being a princess was realistic and interesting, and the many plot twists made my reading experience very pleasant.

Though I could easily have been spoiled about some of them - I mean, the title is a pretty big clue that I, being stupid, didn't think of - I wasn't and I was surprised many times while reading.

Seriously, I recommend this book to everyone. I even considered recommending it to my mother, although it's far from her favourite genre, aka historical fiction.

It will make you laugh and smile like no other book and we all know that's what you want. Thank you to HarperCollins for providing me with a digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Nov 18, Sepani rated it liked it Shelves: The book has two major conflict situations which was nearly unexpected And the cover is so different to the previous books. I would rather like if this had a cover similar to the other books in this series.

Anyway, I'm happy to finish this series. Jul 18, Shannon leaninglights rated it really liked it. So very adorable. We got Moa as an adult but she's still totally Mia: Michael feeeeeeeels, as always: I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher.

This is no way impacted in my view. When I first heard that Meg Cabot would be returning to the Princess Diaries' world in a new, adult book, I was so excited. As I'd grown up with Mia, I could wait to see how she was handling adulthood, and Royal Wedding was absolutely wonderful!

The past few years have been really good for Mia. She's secure in her relationship with Michael, even with the paparazzi questioning why they aren't engaged, and is running a community centre for teens in honour of her late stepfather.

However, problems start coming thick and fast. Her father, Philippe, has been arrested for speeding, and is facing harsh political opposition, the paparazzi are hounding her about everything from her relationship to her political views, she has a stalker who seems quite crazy, and then there's the unbelievable announcement that she has a half sister, living only 50 miles away in New Jersey.

Oh, and also something else, but that's quite spoilery - I can safely say it's something worth waiting to read for. Considering I only read book 1 last week, it was very weird to jump between the events of them both. However, I'm really pleased with how things have transpired in the meantime, and even though I know what will happen in the future, I'm still looking forward to reading books Both this book and From the Notebooks of a Middle School Princess cover the same time period, so there is some overlap.

It was nice to see both Mia's and Olivia's thoughts on discovering they were sisters, and I'm not actually sure who's voice I preferred. As said earlier, this book is classified as adult, as Mia is now 26, in a committed relationship, etc. However, there were no explicit scenes as such, just allusions to sexual themes, so I think older teenagers would have no problem reading it. Mia and Michael have always been one of my all time OTPs, and to see them so happy in this book was a dream come true.

Because of the events of this book, I'm actually desperate for book 12, even though I finished Royal Wedding less than an hour ago. The romance was exactly as I'd imagined it would be between Mia and Michael as adults, and I'm so happy with where they are in their lives. We also saw many old faces from the original series, including Lilly, Tina, Lana, Lars, etc. Her family was just as wacky as always. Clarisse will always have a soft spot in my heart, and quotes of hers such as 'But I don't have my eyebrows on!

I can't meet my only other grand-children with no eyebrows. Developments between Mia's parents ensured they'd both be in her life in further books. Knowing that Mia will have a full family unit of parents, grandmother, half-siblings, and a new husband to help her with her future in Genovia makes me sure she'll be perfectly fine! Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds.

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Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips.Will that make you feel better, Mia? With online news services tracking her every move, this is not an easy task, especially with it being an election year, and her grandmother Clarisse constantly looking over her shoulder.

Book Details Author: I honestly expected Forever Princess to be the last one, as it gave a nice closure to each and every character. Whereas I am content watching sports or reading historical fiction or mysteries, they would rather watch a Disney movie intended for girls during the Super Bowl. You got the diamond shoes!