Here we are again!

In case you missed it, Kate had an event this week, which we covered earlier.


Princess Beatrice got married in a small, private ceremony this morning in Windsor. That’s probably for the best. (They’re not releasing pics until later.) [Town & Country]

This is an interesting deep dive, at Politico: Of race and royalty: How the king surprised Belgium

Really interesting and wide-ranging at BBC History Extra: Why aren’t monuments to medieval figures included in the statues debate, and was there racism in the Middle Ages?

ABC News reports: France looks at law for returning colonial-era artifacts

And this was informative to me: Greenland votes on colonial Danish statue [BBC]

At the New York Times, this sounds like a real big mess: Spain PM ‘Disturbed’ by Scandal Involving Former King. (I read some other pieces that were worried this spelled The End of the Monarchy in Spain but they were all at mildly-to-totally unreliable sources so.)

Australian magazine Women’s Weekly has an exclusive interview with Princess Anne. It’s pretty interesting, and the photos are great.

Via Harper’s Bazaar: Duchess Meghan Gives Empowering Speech to Young Women: “This Is a Humanity That Desperately Needs You.” (She also looked fab!)

This is a very 2020 headline from People: Buckingham Palace Launches Its Very Own ‘Unique’ Gin

At Vanity Fair: The Biggest Prince Andrew News Is That There’s No Prince Andrew News. I feel like…there will be eventually.

At Tatler: The Queen’s private letters revealed following Australian High Court ruling. I haven’t been following this that closely, but this seems like sort of a big deal?

And on social:

This is in the slideshow, but the Royal Family’s Insta had more pics:

The comments on this photo are very intense:


The translated caption here reads: “Her Majesty the Queen’s dog, Tilia, knows the good places in the castle park at Marselisborg Castle. ⁣” I need more royal dog content.