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In the 1960s, he took down the Kray twins, Swinging London’s most ruthless gangsters—and helped solve the Great Train Robbery
Head in the Clouds
How Charlie Mackesy accidentally wrote a best-seller and became a social-media sensation in his 50s
No Privacy, Please
Meghan puts her rift with her father on trial in a splashy court battle against the press
Meghan and Harry couch surf in L.A. while Andy and Fergie are deadbeats in the Alps
The King’s Leech
Prince Andrew reportedly watched a movie about his grandfather while having his feet rubbed by models; Harry and Meghan’s $18 million bolt-hole in Beverly Hills has a privacy breach
“Work from home” puts an end to Christmas-party high jinks and watercooler romances
Cummings and Goings
Boris Johnson’s top Brexit attack dog, Dominic Cummings, tries to explain why he broke lockdown—while infected—to frolic in the country
The sheikh who can’t remember how many villas and castles he owns
This libel trial continues to expose celebrity behavior more depraved than anything the tabloids could invent
Whine and Cheese
Does Finding Freedom really lay bare all the bitterness and infighting that drove Meghan and Harry to quit the royal family?
Harry and Meghan buy their dream house: a crooked Russian oligarch’s 14,563-square-foot mansion in Montecito
The BBC scraps the “Rule, Britannia!” lyrics from a beloved music program for fear of re-awakening the woke, then reverses its reverse
Savage memoir by the wife of a well-connected, upper-class British M.P. puts Conservatives’ knickers in a twist
A British court keeps rejecting Meghan’s pre-trial arguments in a privacy case that could cost her more than $2.3 million
The Idiot Box
Keeping Up with the Sussexes—a first look at Meghan and Harry’s Netflix reality-show script
Depp Goes Down Swinging
Once Hollywood’s fêted heartthrob, Johnny Depp may never work again after this week’s High Court verdict in the U.K.
Was Diana Duped?
Earl Spencer accuses the BBC of swindling his sister out of secrets in her infamous interview
The Duke of Substance
Prince Harry offers a cure for climate change from his nine-bedroom mansion, in California
Who will make Harry and Meghan’s honors list, the Sussexes’ alternative to the Palace’s annual tradition?
Tintin and the Money
Rejected cover artwork by Hergé sells for a record-breaking $3.9 million, but the real drama is still unfolding