I'm not going to lie to you. When I found out via Twitter on Thursday afternoon that Meghan's request for a summary judgment against Associated Newspapers had been granted, I gasped. Out loud. At my work. I was absolutely sure that the case would go to a full trial, though I didn't know who would … Continue reading Legal Deep Dive: Meghan’s Privacy Win vs Associated Newspapers
SO MUCH NEWS THIS WEEK. Princess Eugenie had a baby! He's a boy and he doesn't have a name yet. Everyone is healthy and at home. The most fun and weird bit of news about this is the rumour that they are going give him the middle name Stamp. Stamp Brooksbank was an ancestor of … Continue reading Weekly Royal Roundup
Today's post surrounds Archie Mountbatten-Windsor's birth certificate. Before we get into it, no matter where any of us stands on Harry and Meghan and their status as royals, I think we can all agree that Archie is one of the cutest babies any of us has ever seen. Those cheeks! Okay, back to non-baby analysis. … Continue reading Meghan ruffles royal feathers with Archie birth certificate statement
On Wednesday, January 13, Scott Stedman, an investigative journalist and founder of Forensic News Net, published multiple, in-depth sexual harassment and grooming allegations about John Weaver. John Weaver is a political consultant who advised John McCain on his 2000 and 2008 presidential campaigns. He also co-founded the Lincoln Project, the Republican-created political action committee with … Continue reading A sexual harassment scandal shows the risky nature of Meghan and Harry’s private affiliations
I'm not going to sugar coat it: this year has been an absolute trash fire so far. And we're only nine days in! The acts of domestic terrorism at the United States Capitol shook me. I didn't know if I could/should write on this blog for a given amount of time, and I didn't know … Continue reading Weekly Royal Roundup
I, personally, am a card-carrying member of Team Messy. As of today, you can buy Sussex Squad or Cambridge Crew hats from my store. They're comfy and cute, they come in black and navy, and I'm excited to see if one is more popular than the other. (eyes emoji) If you want to show your … Continue reading Are you Team Sussex or Cambridge?
A surprise letter popped up today. It came today in the form of the landing page for Harry and Meghan's philanthropic endeavour, Archewell. Before today, the Archewell website was only one page - a landing site with a definition of the words that make up Archewell, with an email subscription button to be kept in … Continue reading The Archewell Website isn’t just a Landing Page Anymore
Kate, Will, and Edward and Sophie Wessex are in mildly warm water this morning, after the Daily Mail published pictures of them and their families doing a Christmas-themed walk on the Sandringham estate. Courtesy of the Daily Mail. I say mildly warm water because the rules around groups of people and visiting outdoors in England … Continue reading Meghan wears a parka, Will and Kate (maybe?) break the rules
Hello, and thank you for reading! If you're new here, welcome. I'm a policy advisor and political strategist who spent most of my childhood reading about the royal family instead of learning how to talk to boys or French braid my hair. I have a close to-encyclopedic knowledge of British royal family gossip and scandals … Continue reading Harry and Meghan announce Spotify deal, I fall asleep from boredom
There have been rumours going around social media that Meghan either had help writing her New York Times essay on her miscarriage, or stole sections of other people's work and added them to her essay. But while there isn't a definitive answer, there are questions. So I'm going to lay out what we know and … Continue reading Did Meghan Plagiarize her New York Times Miscarriage Essay?