The suspicion that it has a partial basis in fact makes the saga splendidly and addictively watchable
The Sussexes are yet to grasp that no one cares for their view on the upcoming US presidential election
Graham Stewart and Alexander Larman discuss how the House of Windsor adapts and endures
The new Meghan and Harry book is full of sycophantic trivia, almost as if it came from the horse’s mouth
Prince Andrew’s televisual hara-kiri has imperilled the Crown, perhaps fatally
Britain sustained de Gaulle. The general’s views on Britain should resonate now.
It’s not just Harry and Meghan who have dropped their titles
There is a strong historical precedent for the ‘conscious uncoupling’ of the Sussexes