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Randy Andy Goes Postal

The grubbing and wheedling correspondence of Prince Andrew and Fergie

Feeding Frenzy

Post-Putin, Tucker Carlson interviews Jaws, the shark

Drawing a Blank

Fergie guest-hosts the ill-fated British chat show This Morning, offering underwhelming relationship advice and struggling to read the teleprompter

Prince Harry’s Burn Book

His next tell-all spares no one, not even the corgis

Whine O’Clock

Just in time for next week’s return of Archetypes … What if Meghan Markle and First Lady Imelda Marcos reclaimed the word “diva” and didn’t kiss any frogs?

Fame Monster

Top royal-watcher Tina Brown has V.I.P., front-row, all-access passes to the Queen of England. Ish ...

The Fifth Beatle

While John, Paul, George, and Ringo became the most recognizable names in the world, Brian Epstein worked behind the scenes to keep the boys together. Nearly 60 years on, we revisit his memoir

White Man for the Job

Jeremy Clarkson gets out the Farrow & Ball. Sort of …

The Duchess of York’s Bodice Ripper

On the release of Fergie’s romance novel, we share a preview of what’s to come. Or so we think …


Professor and clinical psychologist Jordan B. Peterson shares his red-hot rules for life

Double Duchess

Could Fergie be the role model Meghan’s been searching for?

Sex and the Ambitious Girl

Imagining what goes on in the mind of rich-husband collector Barbara Amiel

When Harry Met Netflix

On the heels of Harry and Meghan’s multi-million-dollar Hollywood deal, we imagine what’s behind the grasping. And what’s to come

Platitudes and Gratitude

Are you fluent in Markle-speak? Take the test!


Wellness Formula

The relaxation guru behind the cool-as-cucumbers personalities of Rudy Giuliani and Gordon Ramsay reveals her secrets for keeping loose and carrying on

The Sussex Manifesto

An update on Harry and Meghan’s dynamic new roles as they transition to international philanthropreneurs and role models for change

Downton Abbey: The Five-Minute Version

Condensed, with perhaps one or two liberties taken. Still, the reading time is 118 minutes less than the film’s running time