Plus, Tatler magazine amends bitchy Kate profile, Meghan pays tribute to RBG, and Princess Anne shows mask chic.
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.
Sources tell The Daily Beast that the royal family is “very annoyed” by Harry and Meghan's Netflix deal. “There is a feeling that their word cannot be trusted at the palace.”
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