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Mantel, 65, made a Dame by Prince Charles in 2015, claimed Diana had become a creation, moulded by the public.
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A breakfast room features a herringbone quarry tiled floor, stone fireplace and mantel with stone hearth and cast iron wood burning stove.
Following yesterday's investiture ceremony carried out by Charles at Buckingham Palace, Mantel said: "We talked about the television series of Wolf Hall, which he's enjoying very much.
Hilary Mantel takes a break from Henry VIII and Thomas Cromwell in The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher, 10 quirky, unsettling and sometimes predictable stories.
Mantel is explicit in her author's note to Bring Up the Bodies: she does not attempt to rewrite an authoritative history, and neither does her project focus on Anne Boleyn at all--she attempts to resurrect Thomas Cromwell instead, and to see the situation as he might have seen it.
And because Mantel is so mildmannered her publishing such a thing seems even more shocking.
Mantel exploits this, along with Henry's seemingly boundless corporality, to create a character who subsumes everyone who comes within his orbit.
Mantel, who won the Booker Prize last year, was also awarded the Costa Book of the Year for the novel in January this year, the BBC reported.
Writer Hilary Mantel went from comparative obscurity to public enemy No1 last week with her attack on the Duchess of Cambridge.