This lack of self-awareness would be less galling if anything meaningful was being communicated, which it is not. “If the people do not feel that the monarchy is relevant, we will no longer have a monarchy,” according to “A Very Modern Romance.” (If only we’d known; colonialism could have been so different.) Princess Diana’s death was, maybe, especially hard on Harry because he was going through “all kinds of hormonal changes,” according to “Four Royal Weddings.” A viscountess on “An American Princess” informs us that Ms. Markle may be unfamiliar with the ultra-fancy place settings at her wedding because “in America, we use one fork, and occasionally we use a knife, you know, when we gotta cut through a piece of meat.” This is true. Here in America we put butter on bread one stick at a time, and we cut our cakes with guns.
I cannot recommend any of these shows. I do, however, recommend the BBC interview that Prince Harry and Ms. Markle actually sat for in November and, if that does not prove to be enough, the remarks from Prince William and the interview with him, Kate Middleton, and Prince Harry and Ms. Markle at the Royal Foundation reception in February. (Both are available on YouTube.)
These interviews are rather staid, but that’s the point: All of this is rather staid, and the attempts to make it somehow livelier by having Gayle King sagely mention (in “Meghan Markle: American Princess”) that Shakespeare’s plays were performed a mere 22 miles from where Harry and Meghan will exchange their vows feel hopelessly irrelevant.
Royalty is built on the ability to perpetuate one’s own ongoing story. In matters like this, of so little consequence, let them have it.
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