Los Angeles, California (PressExposure) April 05, 2011 -- Visit video for more detail : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2t7Jo_Fch4I
Having crossed the line in his new book "Really?!?" it seems a few feathers have been royally ruffled. First of the ten commandments in dealing with the royal family is that you agree to never reveal details of conversations you've had with any member of the Windsor clan, especially HRH QE II. Word has surfaced that passages in his new tome may have offended those at Buckingham Palace, which could mean no invitation is in the mail to the upcoming nuptials of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
"I thought the conversation between Her Majesty the Queen and I was innocuous enough that no one would take notice." Stated Freden. "I guess what got them miffed was the truthful account of how inappropriate Princess Michael of Kent was. She's just a downright nasty," he concluded. His conversation with the Queen, as detailed in the book, was about horses and carriage racing and the potential for wheels to fly off. Of course, he speculates on the answer to that question that everyone wants to ask: "What's really in her damn handbag?" You'll have to read the book to find out. Really. As for HRH Princess Michael? Suffice it to say, she's still a royal Kent. To see the youtube apology follow this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2t7Jo_Fch4I
Mr. Freden will, however, be at the nuptials covering the event for Reelz Channel News. His take will be one of the more enlightened media commentaries to be sure.
Publishers Weekly had this to say about "Really!?!": "With this witty, conversational, collection of essays, Freden charts his life, exploring everything from his Catholic upbringing to his work as a dancer and his career as a producer and television personality in Hollywood and the U.K. The memoir shifts from insightful pieces about world travel to gossipy ones about nightclub lust and celebrities. His tales of being "not quite famous enough" should resonate in this era of celebrity obsession. Freden's energy, charisma, and honesty are admirable; readers will come away rooting for him to become "famous enough."
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