Ok, let’s have another conversation about the royal workload. Honestly, it’s been a minute. This was a hot topic pre-Sussexit, and though I’ve acknowledged here and there the impact of the Sussexes and The Duke of York stepping down (or being forced down, in the latter’s case), we haven’t dug in a long while and certainly not since King Charles’s accession.Continue reading “The Royal Workload Part I”
I’ve had on my docket for a while a blog post focused on Catherine as Princess of Wales. I’d like to do one that’s focused on the issue of the royal workload and a brief look back on the Princess’s Early Years campaign update from a few months back; however, in the meantime, Hilary Rose for The Times wrote a feature on Catherine that I think is worth covering, particularly in light of some of the issues we’ve started discussing in the last couple blog posts.Continue reading “Let’s Not Weaponize the Waleses”
Today, we’re going to catch up on an article that ran in The Telegraph last month. I covered this on Instagram, but never found the time for a post, so let’s do it now, shall we?
The long and short of it is that Victoria Ward reported that The Duchess of Sussex wrote a letter to her father-in-law, King Charles, in 2021 after her and The Duke’s interview with Oprah Winfrey aired. The substance of the letter was focused on “unconscious bias” within the Royal Family – aka the incident described in which a member of the family speculated as to the color of Prince Archie’s skin prior to his birth and was subsequently nicknamed by the press the “royal racist.”Continue reading “So, King Charles & Meghan Were Writing Letters”
Ok, let’s pick back up for Part II of our coronation coverage…which are essentially the topics I wanted to dive into, but also deserved a slightly fresher brain than I was offering on Sunday evening.Continue reading “The Coronation of King Charles III & Queen Camilla Part II”
Happy Coronation Weekend, friends. We are now two-thirds of the way through the festivities, but the major moments are behind us, so this seems like an appropriate time to wrap up the events from the last 36 or so hours.Continue reading “The Coronation of King Charles III & Queen Camilla Part I”