City News Toronto Interview: A commoner’s guide to Harry and Meghan’s complicated divorce from the monarchy

I discussed Harry and Meghan’s decision to step back from their duties as senior members of the royal family and spend part of the year in North America in an extended interview with Michael Talbot at City News Toronto. Questions included the royal couples titles, financial arrangements, security and continuing place in the line of succession.

Click here to read “A commoner’s guide to Harry and Meghan’s complicated divorce from the monarchy” at City News Toronto

Huffington Post Interview: Are Harry and Meghan Dropping Their Royal Titles?

I discussed royal titles with Maija Kappler at the Huffington Post, clarifying that Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex will retain the titles of His and Her Royal Highness (HRH) but will not use these titles now that they have stepped back from their duties as senior members of the royal family. The interview includes some historical context concerning royal titles and possible changes concerning royal titles that may occur in the next reign.

Click here to read “Are Harry And Meghan Dropping Their Royal Titles, Or What? at the Huffington Post

Global News Interview: The biggest lawsuits filed by the royal family

I discussed the history of royal lawsuits with Meghan Collie at Global News. There have been legal disputes between the royal family and the press since the 19th century and the relationship between royalty and the media has been transformed over the course of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign.

Click here to read “The biggest lawsuits filed by the royal family” at Global News

CBC News Interview: Harry and Meghan get their freedom, but at what cost?

I discussed the history of royalty residing in Canada and the questions that still remain for Harry and Meghan’s future role, in an interview with Janet Davison at CBC News.

Click here to read “Harry and Meghan get their freedom, but at what cost?”

Following the January 18 announcement from Buckingham Palace that Harry and Meghan will no longer use the titles of HRH and step back entirely from royal duties, I discussed possible security arrangements going forward with the Canadian Press.

Click here to read “Royal deal clears way for Harry, Meghan part-time Canada move: experts” in the National Post

CBC News Interview: Queen says Harry and Meghan will spend time in both Canada and U.K.

Earlier this week, I discussed Queen Elizabeth II’s announcement that Harry and Meghan planned to spend time in both the United Kingdom and Canada and answered questions about what this period of transition would mean for the royal couple and the monarchy.

Click here to watch “Queen says Harry and Meghan will spend time in both Canada and U.K.” on the CBC News Network

My recent interviews about Harry and Meghan on CNN and CBC: The Current

I discussed how Canadians have responded to Harry and Meghan’s plans to spend part of their time in Canada with CNN

Click here to watch “Canadians ready to welcome Duke and Duchess of Sussex” at CNN

I was also interviewed by CBC: The Current as one of a panel of three royal commentators to discuss how Harry and Meghan have been portrayed in the media and how they will be received in Canada.

Click here to listen to The Current

My latest interview with Janet Davison at CBC News discusses how questions of money as well as popular opinion will shape Harry and Meghan’s experiences in Canada

Click here to read “Why a ‘curious interest’ and questions of money loom over Harry and Meghan coming to Canada”

Washington Post Interview: Canada greets possible move of Harry and Meghan with a shrug

I discussed the speculation that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will spend at least part of the year in Canada with the Washington Post. The interview included perceptions of the monarchy in Canada and the differences between the Canadian and British press.

Click here to read “Canada greets possible move of Harry and Meghan with a shrug” in the Washington Post

CBC Power and Politics Interview: Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to ‘step back’ from senior royal duties

I discussed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to step back from their roles as senior members of the royal family with Vassy Kapelos at CBC Power and Politics, along with royal correspondent Katie Nicholl.

Click here to watch Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to ‘step back’ from senior royal duties at CBC Power and Politics

I also discussed the popular reaction to Harry and Meghan’s decision with Janet Davison at CBC News.

Click here to read “Harry and Meghan: Palace anger, ‘betrayal’ and no precedent for what happens next.”

Recent Interviews Concerning Harry and Meghan in The Times, Time Magazine, Global News and Other Publications

Here are links to some of my recent interviews concerning the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their announcement to step back from their roles as senior members of the royal family. More interviews to follow in the next week!

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex in 2020

January 11, 2020 What would life be like in Canada (The Times)

January 11, 2020 Meghan’s hasty return to Canada raises speculation of semi‑exile with Harry (The Times)

January 9, 2020 Harry and Meghan: America entranced by latest royal plot twist (The Times)

January 9, 2020 What happens now that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want better work-life balance (CNBC)

January 9, 2020 ‘This Is Something New.’ Here’s How Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Surprising ‘Step Back’ Fits Into Royals History (Time Magazine)

January 9, 2020 What’s next for the monarchy after Prince Harry, Meghan Markle ‘step back’ from royal duties (Global News)

January 9, 2020 A ‘big surprise’ and a lot of questions: Why Harry and Meghan’s new life is anything but clear (CBC News)

January 8, 2020 Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Change Royal Roles With Partial Move To North America (Huffington Post Canada)

My Globe and Mail Article: Long may it reign: Forget about Harry and Meghan, the monarchy always comes first

My recent article in the Globe and Mail discusses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to step back from their role, examples of royalty who have stepped away from a life of public engagements in the past, and the history of the monarchy as an enduring and evolving institution.

Click here to read “Long may it reign: Forget about Harry and Meghan, the monarchy always comes first” in the Globe and Mail