Hadley Freeman on the future of the royals | The Guardian

Guardian columnist Hadley Freeman discusses the fallout from the publication of Finding Freedom, a biography of Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and the latest allegations surrounding Prince AndrewGuardian columnist Hadley Freeman tells Rachel Humphreys why 2020 is not shaping up to be a great year for the royals. It began with the bombshell announcement that the Sussexes – Prince Harry and his wife Meghan – were stepping back as senior royals, and later saw them relocate to Los Angeles. Last month, extracts from a biography, Finding Freedom, chronicled what the authors claim has been a deepening rift between Prince Harry, Meghan and Buckingham Palace. Hadley also discusses Prince Andrew. He ended 2019 by stepping back from public duties after his disastrous Newsnight interview where he discussed his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The arrest of Epstein’s close friend Ghislaine Maxwell in July has put Prince Andrew’s name back in the headlines. This month the FBI has said it has been passed information from a witness claiming to have seen the Duke of York at Tramp nightclub, the evening he claims he was at Pizza Express in Woking. Continue reading…

Guardian columnist Hadley Freeman discusses the fallout from the publication of Finding Freedom, a biography of Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and the latest allegations surrounding Prince Andrew

Guardian columnist Hadley Freeman tells Rachel Humphreys why 2020 is not shaping up to be a great year for the royals. It began with the bombshell announcement that the Sussexes – Prince Harry and his wife Meghan – were stepping back as senior royals, and later saw them relocate to Los Angeles. Last month, extracts from a biography, Finding Freedom, chronicled what the authors claim has been a deepening rift between Prince Harry, Meghan and Buckingham Palace.

Hadley also discusses Prince Andrew. He ended 2019 by stepping back from public duties after his disastrous Newsnight interview where he discussed his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The arrest of Epstein’s close friend Ghislaine Maxwell in July has put Prince Andrew’s name back in the headlines. This month the FBI has said it has been passed information from a witness claiming to have seen the Duke of York at Tramp nightclub, the evening he claims he was at Pizza Express in Woking.

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