(Podcast) Books, Branding, and Should Kate Get Bangs?! with Katelyn Childs!

Just wanted to let you know that there is a brand new episode of the Royal Analysis podcast that’s ready to entertain you during your road trip/pile of laundry/weekend at the cottage!

For this episode, I sat down with Katelyn Childs. Katelyn is a PR expert and co-hosted a podcast called Americrown Dreams for two years. It’s light and fluffy and fun and I recommend it if you want American insights into the Harry and Meghan phenomenon, from H&M’s courtship right through to the announcement of Harry and Meghan’s pregnancy on the Australia/Tonga/Fiji/New Zealand tour.

In this episode, we talk about:

  • Whether Katelyn would rather drink champers or G&Ts and whether Kate should get bangs (I watched The Flight Attendant and am now obsessed with bangs)
  • Prince Harry’s bombshell memoir news
  • Whether Harry and Meghan’s Obama roadmap to success is going according to plan
  • The upcoming, updated edition of Finding Freedom, and whether Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand chose to publish the edition on the anniversary of Princess Diana’s death
  • Katelyn’s three favourite royal accounts to follow (shout out to From Berkshire to Buckingham, The Court Jeweller, and Kristin Contino)
  • What Harry and Meghan’s brand is right now and what they want it to be in the future

You can follow Katelyn Childs on Twitter and Instagram, and you can listen to Americrown Dreams wherever you listen to podcasts.

You can listen to Royal Analysis The Podcast on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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