Lady Colin Campbell, a writer born in a British aristocrat family claims that a French cook represented the “early version of the surrogate mother concept” for Elizabeth Bowes Lyon and for her baby brother, David.
Allegedly, the French cook, Marguerite Rodiere, gave birth to Queen Elizabeth because her mother, Cecilia, who unable to bore more children as she already gave birth to 8.
In Lady Colin’s opinion this explains the “Cookie” nickname received by Queen Elizabeth from the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.
These theories are widely explained in the biography entitled “The Queen Mother, The Untold Story of Elizabeth Bowes Lyon, Who Became Queen Elizabeth to Queen Mother”. The biography will appear on the market in May of this year.
The release of some passages from the biography outraged the United Kingdom recently. Queen Elizabeth II attended a ceremony in honor of her mother on Friday.