Prince Harry and Meghan Markle fought tooth and nail to be allowed to use the word royal, but, having been denied their wish, they now seem ready to drop all royal affiliations.
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.
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The Queen wants to forget this weekend’s temper tantrum by Harry and Meghan, and move on. But the couple will need to do their bit too.
Harry and Meghan have made a mess of their new “brand.” It may be a minor setback, but the debacle shows how naive they are about their disentanglement from the royal machine.
The iconic Black Sabbath frontman and general hellraiser begs his fans not to give up on him as he cancels a string of tour dates.
More than two years of careful branding looks set to be consigned to the trash today as the Queen forbids Harry and Meghan from using the name Sussex Royal for commercial ventures.
Prince Charles’ furniture-making cousin has split form his wife of 25 years. It’s another bitter blow for Her Majesty in what is shaping up to be a rough year.
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