The biographer, who famously wrote about Princess Diana, embarks on a happier royal project

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Andrew Morton, the British royal biographer who famously was the first to reveal Princess Diana’s unhappiness in her marriage, is preparing to cover a much happier set of circumstances – Diana’s son Prince William‘s marriage to Kate Middleton.

Morton, the author of Diana: Her True Story, will publish the new book, titled William & Catherine, within weeks after the couple’s April 29 wedding. It will tell the couple’s story from when they met at university eight years ago through the wedding itself – including 150 photographs with 32 pages of wedding coverage.

“The nuptials of the English royal family’s most popular and glamorous couple are sure to be essential viewing – not just for England, but for the entire world – and this book will be a gorgeous record of what may well prove to be a turning point in the history of the British royal family,” Morton said in a statement.

Morton, a former tabloid journalist, has also written biographies of Monica Lewinsky, Tom Cruise, Madonna and Angelina Jolie.