And then take some lessons in style discipline from Wallis Simpson. Currently reading Sally Bedell Smith's new biography of Queen Elizabeth II. If you like England, have ever lived in England, or are interested in politics or monarchy - it's a must read. Her Majesty's discipline and dedication to the job (since her coronation in 1953) are beyond inspiring and make a winning argument for monarchy in general. After she goes, I am not so sure. King George VI, whose life was portrayed by Colin Firth in the 2010 film The King's Speech, was Elizabeth's father.