A satisfyingly sordid royal story
both are equally suspenseful, but in very different ways. When the fictional story plays out to its shocking end, Ford has us on tenterhooks to discover its real-world implications and, in particular, what’s in store for Susan. cal perspective comes when he suggests that those who’d oppose further immigrants to America try not eating the food of immigrants, only to remind us all how Europeans only “discovered” the Americas in the first place by searching for spices. Perhaps with Brexit looming on this side of the pond, we need ever more quips like these. Charles tells his elder son down the phone. There are loads of other funny moments — Charles mistaking Meghan for a servant, Harry suspecting an abdication may be in the offing based on his viewing of The Crown. You just wonder if these new hip young royals might be more engrossed by this however.
Proper Charlies: the cast of ‘The Windsors’