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After the runaway success of Like A Queen, Constance is back with her new memoir, Still a Queen. With her trademark unflinching honesty and humour, she discusses everything from her new role as a step parent, to eating disorders, online bullying and the struggles that the fame of Like a Queen and her blog has brought.

Still a Queen will make you laugh and it will make you cry. But Constance's underlying message, about the importance of supporting each other without passing judgement, is something that we all should take to heart.

A note from Con...

What I’ve been doing this last year. Clearing out my fucking soul to write the most honest and confronting account of Queenhood to serve you with 

Still a Queen is a stand alone book, you do not need to have read Like a Queen to read it.  It’s already been reviewed as a “must read to all women” and I’m just so honoured to be in the position to share another book with you.

If my embarrassing, awkward and sometimes shameful story helps one Queen it’s a success.


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Kelly R.
Australia Australia
Still A Queen

I'm still reading this book but so far I am absolutely loving it. Constance is a straight up forward person and that's what I love about her.

Allison M.
Canada Canada
Still a queen

Awesome read! Couldn't put it down!

Sarah J.
Australia Australia

Really enjoying reading this book. Its so real & true. Cons such an amazing women i love watching her stories on insta & fb. Its great hearing about her life & everything she went through. Xx

Logiudice l.
Australia Australia
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Reading stilll a queen love it

Claire H.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

I stumbled across Constance in 2016, when I was having a rough time and have followed ever since. It’s refreshing to read about someone who isn’t perfect. It makes us all feel better that we aren’t either. Great read again so thank you!