The weekly RCS is on newsstands with a biographical book and a collectible photographic volume dedicated to the sovereign who marked an era. In the weekly, 16 pages with previews on the funeral and the role of King Charles IIIThe cover of Oggi and the two collectible books you find on newsstands
The N. 38 di Oggi, on newsstands Thursday 15 September, dedicates a triple opportunity to its readers to pay homage to Elizabeth II, who died at 96 and after seven decades of reign. With the weekly, where 16 pages will be dedicated to the death of the longest-lived sovereign in the country and the most respected woman on the planet, a biographical book and a precious 172-page photographic volume will be on newsstands.
ALL ABOUT ELIZABETH - How much love Majesty is the cover title of Today which will enrich the extensive services with images of great photographers, such as Annie Leibovitz. In the articles, the analysis of who Elizabeth II really was and why an era ended on 8 September; 30 things few know about her; anticipations on the state funeral scheduled for Monday 19 which will be an unparalleled world summit; the character, the role and the expectations for Charles III.
FROM COLLECTION - With the weekly, at the additional price of 4.90 euros, the volume Elizabeth II, a detailed biography of the sovereign who managed to reconcile mass culture with the ancient institution of the monarchy: from the pomp of the coronation ceremony, to the marriage of his son Charles to Lady Diana, up to the most difficult years for the royal house, with the tragic accident that cost the life of the Princess of Wales, the new generation of Windsor.
THE PHOTO BOOK - The large-format photographic book, entitled Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) - A life in history, tells the extraordinary adventure of a woman who has marked the world. Opened by the analysis of Elisabetta's biographer, Antonio Caprarica, a ride along the seventy years of his reign, her only two loves, her many pains, her fidelity to her commitment until the last day. From fashion to heritage, from family to scandals. With prestigious contributions such as an article written in 1947 by Enzo Biagi about her engagement with Filippo. Available on newsstands with Today for two months starting from Thursday 15 September, at 6.90 euros, in addition to the price of the magazine, the collector's volume Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) - A life in history, is supported by a campaign , made by Hi! Communication, on all RCS media and with commercials on Mediaset networks.