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Spilling Royal Tea
47 minutes | May 24, 2018
The Royal Wedding In Review
Sean and Craig spill some royal tears as they replay every magical moment from Harry & Meghan's wedding. From the highly debated Givenchy dress to Bishop Curry's fire preaching to best and worst dressed celebrity guests, this finale is equal parts sass and sentiment. One True Pairing's Erica Martirano and Marissa Sangiacomo join the show to compare how this wedding stacks up against Prince William and Kate Middleton's. Finally, the conservation group Highland Titles makes us all feel like royalty with land and titles from Scotland's nature reserve! Special thanks to Isabelle Mattinson for narration and to Jason Elrod for his whistling kettle.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
47 minutes | May 17, 2018
Royal Wedding Watch Party
Days before Kensington Palace issued Meghan's statement that her father would not be attending the wedding due to health reasons, Sean was on the phone with Thomas Markle. He spills the story of his first conversation with Thomas, along with some ideas about who might be walking Meghan down the aisle. We deliver a comedic review of the Lifetime movie 'Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance' and talk to the Aussie actor who played Prince William, Burgess Abernethy, about nailing that RP accent. And to make sure you don't miss a single detail of the big day, we present a complete watch guide to the royal wedding! Joined by award-winning British journalist Sandro Monetti, Sean and Craig cover everything from the history of Windsor Castle, to the celebrity guests, to the LGBTQ-affirming African-American preacher.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
43 minutes | May 10, 2018
OG Power Couples
Royal brides and grooms were once mere pawns in the building of Empire. They married for money, land, power and often to their own inbred demise. But Harry and Meghan are marrying for love! And doing it in a $180,000 Ralph & Russo gown. Come along for Sean and Craig's wild romp through the ages and pillow talk with award-winning contemporary romance writer K.M. Jackson, who says this royal wedding is good for your imagination. And lastly, Brits In L.A. cordially invites you to join the hottest wedding watch party in town.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
41 minutes | May 3, 2018
The Bad Boy of Buckingham Palace
This week it's all about Prince Harry! Biographer Katie Nicholl takes us back to Harry's complicated childhood, his wild years from Eaton to Vegas, and the experiences that defined Harry as a soldier and humanitarian. We learn where the royal family gets their wealth and how Meghan marrying in could give the monarchy a big tax headache. While Craig is away, producer Maggi Van Dorn joins Sean to calculate what makes this reformed bad boy of Buckingham so swoon-worthy. Special thanks to Isabelle Mattinson for narration.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
35 minutes | Apr 25, 2018
Race & The Royal Family
American. Biracial. Divorcée. Actress. These are mere boxes that have been used to categorize, but not contain, Meghan Markle. Sean and Craig are joined by royal biographer Andrew Morton and cultural commentator Van Lathan to discuss what impact a mixed-race duchess will have on the U.K.'s most symbolic family and society. While Meghan won't absolve England's colonial past, all agree that she inspires hope for a brighter future. Special thanks to Isabelle Mattinson for narration and to Jason Elrod for his whistling kettle.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4 minutes | Apr 23, 2018
Baby Boy Cambridge Is Here!
8 lbs. 7 oz. of royal bliss has been delivered unto us this day. The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, gave birth to a baby boy at St. Mary's historic Lindo Wing. In this celebratory minisode, Sean and Craig toast the newborn, unpack why this is also a momentous occasion for his sister Princess Charlotte, and place bets on what the new prince might be called. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
39 minutes | Apr 18, 2018
Becoming a Brit
Meghan Markle is not the first American to marry into British high society. In fact, when the British aristocracy was going bankrupt it was American heiresses who infused new money into their estates. We trace how these American women, along with royal brides-Diana and Kate-have changed the face of England. And while Meghan studies for her British Citizenship test, Royal Central's Jamie Samhan grills Sean and Craig with questions from the same exam! Craig leaves us with advice about how to negotiate your domestic duties with royal grace. Special thanks to Isabelle Mattinson for narration and to Jason Elrod for his whistling kettle.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
33 minutes | Apr 11, 2018
Written in the Stars
Prince Harry said all the stars were aligned when he fell in love with Meghan Markle. And we just learned that Meghan herself has dabbled in fortune-telling. Her former psychic, Richard Win, told Meghan just months before she met Harry that London was calling. Sean and Craig look to how kings and queens of the past have consulted clairvoyants about affairs - of the heart and the state. And finally, GOOP-approved Psychic Shirley brings her tarot cards to invoke the spirit of Harry's mother - the late Princess Diana - to see if she approves of the match.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
36 minutes | Apr 4, 2018
Holla! We (Do Not) Want PreNup!
Prince Harry is in it to win it with Meghan Markle. He's rejected a prenuptial agreement and we are swooning big time. Sean and Craig look at why Harry is forgoing legal protection of his royal assets given the history of divorce in his family. TMZ's attorney Derek Kaufman breaks down what would happen if Meghan and Harry split along with some of the big differences between American and English law. Come for the romance, stay for the sage advice! Special thanks to Isabelle Mattinson for narration and to Jason Elrod for his whistling kettle.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
15 minutes | Mar 29, 2018
Let Them Eat Cake
Kensington Palace has been dishing several new weddings developments this week! This minisode savors the details of Meghan and Harry's wedding cake and invitations. The cake reflects the flavors of the current spring season, but the invitations harken back to a much older era. While Sean is recovering from his time in the tower, Craig is joined by the show's producer Maggi Van Dorn. Special thanks to Isabelle Mattinson for narration and to Jason Elrod for his whistling kettle.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
31 minutes | Mar 21, 2018
Can a Duchess Be Political?
When Meghan mentioned #metoo at her first appearance with The Royal Foundation, she created quite a stir. The question on everyone's mind: Can a (future) duchess be political? Sean and Craig weigh in on how royals of the past from Victoria to Elizabeth II to Diana and now Meghan have exerted influence without overstepping their role. Eleanor Bennett joins the debate as Spoke's resident #metoo expert. Special thanks to Isabelle Mattinson for narration and to Jason Elrod for his whistling kettle. *Correction: Queen Elizabeth famously danced with the President of Ghana, not Nigeria, which is depicted in Season 2 of The Crown. Sean has been sent to The Tower of London to await his punishment for this error.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
35 minutes | Mar 15, 2018
Spice Up Your Life
Mel B let it slip that The Spice Girls will be attending the royal wedding! There's a long history of pop royalty cozying up with the Crown and Sean and Craig are here to spill all of it. Together with Who? Weekly hosts, Lindsey Weber and Bobby Finger, they draft a fantasy guest list predicting who will be there for Meghan and Harry's big day. Special thanks to Isabelle Mattinson for narration and to Jason Elrod for his whistling kettle.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
28 minutes | Mar 9, 2018
When Harry Met Meghan
Our Royal insiders spill tea on the truth behind when Harry met Meghan, the status of their nuptials, and why it is that we still care so very much about the Royal Family.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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