A journalist and author who's written a number of books about the British Royal Family has revealed that she's received death threats and online abuse over her decades of work.
Penny Junor from Wiltshire has been writing about Prince Charles for more than 30 years.
In her latest biography, she's turned her attention to his wife - Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
Penny believes the work 'redresses the balance' about public attitudes towards The Duchess as she celebrates her 70th birthday.
Penny says she feels sorry for the Duchess, who she says became a hate figure after her relationship with Prince Charles was revealed.
Penny admits she is an admirer of the Prince, and now says she genuinely likes Camilla after observing her at close quarters.
But her writing is not without cost. In the past Penny has received death threats for writing about the marriage of Prince Charles and Diana.
Now she says she has been targeted on social media for writing a book some perceive as being unfair to the memory of Diana, and overly sympathetic to The Duchess of Cornwall.
Penny says she hasn't got plans for writing any more royal books at the moment, as her latest has taken her three years.