Meghan Markle is one of the most talked about women in the world and there’s no doubt that she has boosted interest in the British Royal Family globally since marrying Prince Harry. An American divorcee with an acting career and a vocal advocate of women’s rights, she has been hailed as a “breath of fresh air,” for the monarchy. Despite husband Harry being sixth in line to the throne, who will inevitably move further down once his nephew Prince George has his own family in future, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are two of the most popular members of the Royal Family.
Meghan Markle needs to be careful to avoid the spotlight in order to succeed, according to royal author Anna Pasternak. Pasternak, author of 'Untitled: The Real Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor' and the biographer who broke Princess Diana's affair with James Hewitt, also reveals her thoughts about Meghan's baby shower and admits she suspects Harry and Meghan's won't last, in this interview as part of 'The Royal Box'. Watch the full episode 18 of Yahoo UK’s show ‘The Royal Box,‘ here .
Kensington Palace have confirmed the news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are setting up their own royal household. They've appointed Hillary Clinton's former advisor Sara Latham, to head up their communications team. With a political background, PR expert Nick Ede explains why she's an interesting hire for Meghan and Harry's office on The Royal Box.
George Clooney explained why he publicly defended his friend the Duchess of Sussex last week. During an interview with Good Morning Britain, the actor said the press attention Meghan had received "seemed to be a little unjust as she hadn’t done anything except live her life.” But PR expert Nick Ede explains why he thinks Clooney 'overstepped the mark' on The Royal Box.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are set to welcome their first child in April. The Royal Family are very protective over their children and the Cambridges like to keep Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis out of the public eye. So what parenting approach will Harry and Meghan take? Historian Anna Whitelock explains why she thinks there will be a "tussle" between a royal and a celebrity upbringing.