It was a Judith Krantz novel:
Princess Daisy tells the story of a young girl who is sent to England to live with her father, Prince Valenski, after her mother's death in a car crash. Unfortunately, Daisy is immediately separated from her twin sister Dani, who is a retarded child not accepted by their father. When Daisy turns 16, their father dies in a plane accident. The girl is forced to take care of her life herself, especially when her half-brother starts seeing in her more than just a sister.
I remember Rupert Everett was the horrible half brother - I have always disliked him because of it :lol:
I remember seeing "North & South", but don't remember too much about it--don't even remember if I liked it!
As usual, I preferred the book "The Thorn Birds" to the mini-series, but thought the mini-series was very well done.
I'm sure I've watched--or watched at, as my family tends to tell me--other mini-series, but don't remember what they were! I'm more of a reader than a watcher!
Oh--another one I liked was "Centennial." Again, I preferred the book to the mini-series, but the mini-series was very well done--and very long!
North and South, Thorn Birds, Return to Eden, loved them all.
Was V a mini series.
Oh and the one with Jenny Seagrove , oh l know a Woman of Substance.
Oh yes....V. That was a great mini series...at least I think it was mini series too. Loved that guy who played the Beastmaster. And then of course, the guy who played Freddy Krueger is in there too. :D Well Done!
I don't do well watching things that come on more than one night.....I always seem to forget.
I thought I'd do some light reading one summer so I got North and South. Guess who found out that this was a trilogy? A HUGE trilogy. It was very good but not light at all!