Daisy Leeson considers the wider implications of Prince Harry’s explosive memoir Spare, beyond the headlines and controversies, considering the relationship of the Royal Family to the media.
Prince Harry’s Spare and the rise of the memoir
Lucy Pughe-Morgan analyses the influx in memoir publications over the past decade and considers their impact on the literary scene.
Harry and Meghan: Privacy within a global system
In light of Harry and Meghans new documentary series on Netflix, Charlie Oldroyd delve into the impact of media on our royal family and what it means to seek privacy outside the institution.
Let them eat cake: The English Press versus The Royal Family
This duo has not been scarcely covered in the media – but is this becoming an extreme? And what true example are they of rebels, when scandal is all the British monarchy has ever known and when this could easily just be a publicity stunt. Henry discusses this couple and their most recent PR failure – or success.
It’s high time we stopped paying so much attention to the royals.
In the wake of the furore around Harry and Meghan Chloe Pumares asks whether or not the royals should be given as much attention when climate change, Trump and other more pressing stories are ignored.
Is There Still a Place for the Monarchy in Modern Britain?
Nick Powell delves into the recent problems faced by the Royal Family and questions whether there could be doubts over the future of the institution in the United Kingdom.
Prince Harry to visit Exeter
Although the further details of the royal visit have yet to be officially confirmed by Kensington Palace, it will be the first time the Rugby World Cup’s honorary president has viewed a match which does not involve England at this year’s tournament. The prince is known to be very passionate about rugby. He has made […]