A sat­is­fy­ingly sor­did royal story

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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.

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