In the 1990s, Helen Fielding’s hilarious novel Bridget Jones’s Diary became a huge hit. Now revisionists are ruining the fun
Wine experts sneered when Sacha Lichine launched his expensive French rosé. Now he sells more than a million cases a year and is beloved by the likes of Victoria Beckham, Malia Obama, and Adele
One smiles and dazzles, and the other grimaces and bolts. Who’s the new star of the Firm?
Turns out there’s no etiquette guide on how to behave when your wife leaves you to become the Queen of England
Sixteen years after securing the film rights to All Quiet on the Western Front, a former professional triathlete could be on her way to Oscar glory
The trauma. The truths. The tears. The second installment of Harry & Meghan goes full-blown reality TV
Can someone get Harry and Meghan a private jet to this Netflix “global event” pity party?
Harry and Meghan’s new Netflix documentary ignores reality for the higher purpose of demonizing the royal family—and elevating themselves
After the unexpected success of Anne Glenconner’s juicy memoir Lady in Waiting, the 90-year-old decided to write a sequel
Holding up the mantle of humanity is no easy task for the duchess and her “dear friend,” the First Lady (of Canada) … This and so much more on the latest installment of Archetypes
On the latest episode of Archetypes, Meghan Markle meets serious businesswoman Paris Hilton for a serious conversation about serious issues
In the parallel universe of the super-rich, can Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stand their ground?
Meghan Markle’s podcast is back, and it’s just as pious and self-aggrandizing as ever
Quintessentially, the accounting-error-prone concierge company that once organized parties at Buckingham Palace, is reportedly facing a takeover
Having returned to Santa Barbara, and with Prince Harry’s memoir and Meghan’s podcast underway, what’s next for the unroyal couple?
Still angling to have his royal status reinstated, Prince Andrew can’t take the hint
What does Prince Andrew’s scandal mean for Britain’s hardest-working princesses, Beatrice and Eugenie?
How did testing, sourcing, and selling beauty products online create so much wealth?
The next gen of Spencer girls never really knew their aunt Diana—but that won’t stop their ascent
Divorced from Prince Charles and estranged from the royal family, the Princess of Wales finds romance and an adoring public
While Diana upstaged Charles and gave birth to William, her marriage faltered, and Camilla’s visits to Highgrove, Charles’s family home, became more frequent
As Netflix unveils The Crown’s Diana years, a closer look at the princess-to-be who sobbed her way through her wedding rehearsal
Barbara Amiel, wife of disgraced media tycoon Conrad Black, is out for blood with a memoir taking aim at her high-society friends
Threats, lies, and armed guards: it’s all too real for the woman once married to a Russian dubbed “Putin’s banker”