Kate and Meghan were all smiles at Wimbledon, but is the young royals’ beef over for good? Could a former Palace staffer be headed to Washington? And, happy birthday Camilla!
Tom Sykes is a writer and journalist, and he edits The Royalist blog for The Daily Beast. Tom has worked for many publications, including a stint as a nightlife reporter and gossip columnist for the New York Post. He has written several books, most recently helping John Taylor of Duran Duran write and edit his autobiography, published by Dutton. Tom lives in London and Ireland.
The U.K. media has decided to wage war on Meghan Markle. This may not be the wisest long-term strategy, if it helps lead Meghan and Harry to go live somewhere else.
While some struggle to identify with Kendall Jenner’s account of being acne-ridden, her decision to pose topless on Instagram to promote skin cream makes clear financial sense.
Meghan Markle’s comment to Pharrell Williams is being willfully misinterpreted by her detractors to suggest she is “moaning” about public life. Is this fair?
The carefully choreographed truce between Meghan, Harry, Kate, and William lies in tatters after Team Sussex torpedo Kate’s big Wimbledon set piece.
Having ordered crowd members at Wimbledon not to photograph her (when they weren’t), Meghan took part in staged photographs with Kate, designed to look like candid pap shots.
The royals sold tens of millions of dollars worth of royal china to fans wishing to mark the marriage of Meghan and Harry, while visitor numbers received a royal wedding boost.
“Randy Andy’s” thirst for beautiful young women was an open secret in British society and brought him and Epstein together. The financier’s money only made the brew more heady.
Could Meghan become the world’s most famous journalist? Sources say Vogue could be about to land a new superstar writer.