I’LL BE talking about Meghan Markle. But I need to say in advance, don’t worry. You won’t be arguing about this column on Twitter. I feel I need to make this clear because people over a certain age and of the Caucasian persuasion haven’t covered themselves in glory when they offer their two very English pennies worth on the Meghan Markle story.
Mon, 27 Jan, 2020
THEY came, they smiled, they debated — and we all went home none the wiser. Last night, the nation held its breath, paddled away from Love Island, and tuned into the celebrity death match between Leo and Micheál.
Wed, 22 Jan, 2020
So Meghan, the duchess of Sussex, gave birth to a son, and the British and in some cases, the Irish press, which for weeks has been positively giddy with rumour, was freed from its stifling wait for actual news of a royal baby.
Tue, 21 May, 2019
IT is said they are the most down-to-earth royals, the most accessible, the least stiff-upper-lippy. That’s Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Wherever the Second Grandson inherits, writes
Mon, 29 Oct, 2018
It wasn’t quite the African safari or Caribbean escape that avid royal watchers had anticipated for Harry and Meghan’s first overseas trip as a married couple, but sure, as they say, when the sun shines in Ireland, you could be anywhere.
Thu, 12 Jul, 2018