Meghan and Harry and the Africa Plan

Why Queen Elizabeth's plan to send Harry and Meghan to live in Africa was one of the worst strategies I've ever seen Since I started writing this blog, I keep meaning to dig into royal situations from the recent past. It's always been a goal of mine. However, with all of the breaking news coming … Continue reading Meghan and Harry and the Africa Plan

Is Meghan’s New York Times op-ed brave or strategic? Trick question – it’s both

This morning, the New York Times published an opinion piece by Meghan, Duchess of Sussex about her secret pregnancy loss this past July. This is obviously a heartbreaking thing to have happened and I'm very sorry that it did. There are few details surrounding the pregnancy - how many weeks she was at when she … Continue reading Is Meghan’s New York Times op-ed brave or strategic? Trick question – it’s both

Jessica Mulroney is launching a comeback and I’m very tired

Happy Sunday! Everyone's favourite shoe heiress/Canadian entertainment nepotism hire's wife/(ex) best friend of a USA drama actress, Jessica Mulroney is back and trying to sway the tide of public opinion back to her. This was done through a Page Six article, published yesterday, about how hard it's been for Jessica since she was "cancelled" after … Continue reading Jessica Mulroney is launching a comeback and I’m very tired

Princess Diana, the Panorama interview, and duty of care

This isn't your run of the mill royal story. It involves about a dozen different things that don't lend themselves to clickbait-y headlines. Things like mental health, anxiety, paranoia, spying, secret pay logs, duty of care, and crappy family members. I'm going to give you the boiled down version as much as I can, but … Continue reading Princess Diana, the Panorama interview, and duty of care