"In courts, victims can have their underwear passed around as evidence and it's within the rules."
Nick Bullen is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, who has had unprecedented access to the royal family over the years. He talks to The Royal Box about what the royals are like behind-the-scenes and Meghan Markle’s impact.
In episode 11 Kate Thornton talks to Nick Bullen, an award-winning documentary filmmaker, who has had unprecedented access to the royal family over the years. He talks to The Royal Box about what the royals are like behind-the-scenes and Meghan Markle’s impact. Elsewhere, royal editor Camilla Tominey, PR expert Dean Piper and etiquette expert Jo Bryant discuss the Kensington Palace “split” and the Duchess of Cambridge as a mother and a future Queen consort.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have completed the final engagement of their 16-day tour with a walk through Redwoods forest near Rotorua.
PR expert Nick Ede tells The Royal Box that the Duchess is likely to go back to work very quickly after having her first child.
Tessy Ojo is CEO of The Diana Award, which helps to develop and inspire change in the future of young people. She talks to the Royal Box about when the charity was set up and why the late princess would be so proud of her two sons, Princes William and Harry. Tessy also tells us what she thinks Princess Diana would be doing with her humanitarian work, if she were alive today.
Royal historian and author Ted Powell and PR expert Nick Ede talk about Meghan and Harry's successful tour on The Royal Box.
Speaking on The Royal Box, historian Ted Powell thinks the child could "carve its own future."