Watkins, The Tragic Daughters of Charles I: Mary, Elizabeth and Henrietta Anne (Chronos Books, 2019)
Andrea Zuvich is an independent seventeenth-century historian and anthropologist specialising in the House of Stuart (1603-1714). Zuvich obtained her degrees in History and Anthropology at the University of Central Florida in 2008. Zuvich is also a historical consultant for TV, film, and radio (NTR Netherlands, BBC productions, BBC Radio 4). She most recently appeared in BBC Four's 'Charles I: Downfall of a King'. She has been a frequent contributor to various history magazines and has written for The Huffington Post UK, History Scotland, BBC History Extra, All About History, Britannia Magazine, and History of Royals. She was one of the original developers of and leaders on the award-winning Garden History Tours at Kensington Palace and has written six books about the Stuart period, including 'A Year in the Life of Stuart Britain' and 'The Stuarts in 100 Facts'. Her book, 'Sex and Sexuality in Stuart Britain' is due out in 2020.