Fresh off her less-than-well-received stint as guest editor for British Vogue, the Duchess of Sussex is eyeing her next move in media: children’s-book author. The Times of London reports that the former Meghan Markle is working on a story inspired by her own dogs. Whether it’s a sunny story such as “Go, Dog. Go!” or something, well, less bright, no one knows. If she’s drawing from her own life, it might be a bit of a downer: when she moved to the U.K., she left her rescue dog Bogart behind.
Meanwhile, Princess Eugenie (10th in line to the throne, for those of you keeping score) appears to be more of a new-media royal. She announced on Instagram that she will host a podcast on modern slavery and human trafficking. (According to the International Labour Organization and the Walk Free Foundation, as of 2016 there were an estimated 40.3 million slaves in the world.) “Now is the time to talk about this, this is on everyone’s mind,” Eugenie said. “And if it isn’t, we will make it on their mind.”