Trooping the Color, the G7 summit, Royal Ascot and the Harry and Meghan baby name drama are among the topics covered in a new episode packed with The royal rhythm, available now on True Royalty website.
Royal Pundits joining host Kate Thornton in this week’s episode, titled “The Royals: Out in Force,” included Vanity Fair royal correspondent Katie Nicholl, Majestyeditor-in-chief, Ingrid Seward, and royal author Phil Dampier.
From the Queen hosting tea for President Biden to Royal Ascot, Royal Week has been busy. The program analyzes the early days of Royal Ascot (and why Her Majesty didn’t attend), and for those unfamiliar with Trooping the Color, the panel delves into the reason for the event and the story behind it. hidden behind.
One of the continuing royal titles discussed in the episode was whether or not Prince Harry had requested permission to use his grandmother’s childhood nickname, Lilibet, for his daughter.
Dampier said The royal rhythm that Prince Harry’s threat of legal action against the BBC and other media was “absolutely extraordinary and that’s what worries me about him.” Whenever something critical comes up, he runs straight to his lawyer. It is very LA. This is good for Hollywood stars, but not for solving a family feud… I think the BBC correctly reported what it had told its royal assistant to say, that is to say we hadn’t asked him in advance.
Nicholl added: “I think the fact that there was no palace denial of the BBC’s story spoke volumes.”
Discussing plans for William and Harry to reunite next month for the unveiling of a statue of their mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, Dampier said: “I don’t think William trusts Harry more and he still is. worried that whatever he says will end up in the press in a couple of days. That’s what worries him, and he has to be careful what he can actually say to her.
Nicholl said she believes the Queen is the only member of the Royal Family who may be able to resolve the difficult relationship between her two grandsons next month: “She is the only person who can talk to Harry about ‘a certain way and make him understand. “
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