The one exception is Eileen who wrote her version. She believes, rightly, it is only because of her royal status she was not jailed for it. Her works are kept in the Palace library but access to her books are restricted and anyone wanting to read them has to give their name to the Librarian. These names are passed on to the Queen and her Council. This tends to deter readers!
Eileen was keen to show that the government version of events is largely correct but put in where the rulers at the time did make things worse or more complicated than they needed to do and when they messed things up completely. This does not go down well. Eileen has always thought the realm would be better off facing up to criticism but she is on her own here. Even Hanastrew toes the official line (she thinks it's good for the realm's morale).