How to remain apolitical in an age of climate catastrophe? The royals are doing their level best. As Australia’s months-long bushfires claimed their 23rd victim, the country’s
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently announced plans to step down as senior members of the royal family and become financially independent.
There’s hypocrisy at the heart of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s assertion that they will strive to become “financially independent.” No matter what they do, they’re likely to be cashing
Is anyone really surprised that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have taken this decision? I’m not. We’ve all watched as they’ve suffered severe media scrutiny over the past year,
Kate Middleton, the wife of Prince William, wrote an open letter of thanks to Britain's midwives on Friday after spending several days observing a hospital maternity unit, calling their work humbling and crucial.
Buckingham Palace has said under the new arrangement the couple are “required to step back from royal duties, including official military appointments” and will no longer receive public funds for royal duties.
Thomas Markle described the royal family as "one of the greatest long-living institutions ever," saying that when Meghan married Harry in May 2018 they took an obligation "to be part of the royals and to represent the royals."
Who here is getting fed up of constantly hearing about the Meghan Markle and Prince Harry saga? Or, what is now being termed, ‘Megxit’. You have to admit that the British Royal family
The world of literature provides a number of tales of royalty and their troubles with Shakespeare giving us Hamlet involving madness and a treachery from a brother whereas