Netflix’s latest addition to the Bridgerton universe struggles to justify its existence and raises questions about race it refuses to wrestle with
The final episodes of the Netflix docuseries ‘Harry & Meghan’ sees the quasi-royal open up a bit about his brother, and Meghan Markle share a message of support from Beyoncé.
The first half of the royal couple’s six-part series offered tactful revelations about the “toxic” mentality of the British press and the Royal Family in the lead-up to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding
"I was ready to curtsy. I was ready to not shake a hand. I was ready to not ask questions and not speak unless I was spoken to," the pop star said on Australian radio
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