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The Lon­don-based jour­nal­ist ex­plores our fas­ci­na­tion with roy­als and their ro­man­tic en­tan­gle­ments in Royal Flush (p.178)

Cof­fee or tea? I’d be a wreck with­out a strong cup of cof­fee in the morn­ing.

What book have you most en­joyed read­ing this year? East West Street by Philippe Sands.

If you could in­ter­view some­one from the past, who would you choose? I was born in South Africa, so it has to be Nel­son Man­dela.

Where will you spend your next hol­i­day? Paris be­cause, as Au­drey Hep­burn said, it’s al­ways a good idea.

Your most trea­sured pos­ses­sion? The rings I in­her­ited from my grand­mother. They re­mind me of her ev­ery time I look down.

The can’t you live with­out? It’s un­ro­man­tic, but my lap­top.

Which past era would you visit if you could? Lon­don in the ’60s. I spent the late ’90s saun­ter­ing down the Kings Road in a miniskirt, so I’m sure I’d fit right in.

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