Tina Brown Says Harry’s Memoir Won’t Ever Be Published, And Charles Will Pay Off the Publishers
Rosa Woods - Pool/Getty ImagesTina Brown, formerly the founding editor-in-chief of The Daily Beast and a close friend of Princess Diana, has said that she believes Prince Harry’s tell-all memoir will never be published, and joked that Meghan Markle could one day marry Elon Musk.The former editor of Vanity Fair and The New Yorker was speaking at a British literary event to mark the publication of her new royal book, The Palace Papers, the Telegraph reported.Speaking about Harry’s memoir, which wanews.yahoo.com
Tina Brown on Elizabeth II: "The monarchy was incredibly lucky that it is she who inherited the throne"
By her temperament, and her reassuring presence in the lives of her subjects, Queen Elizabeth II was the very model of a modern monarch. Tina Brown talks about the Queen's mystique, and how Her Majesty evoked history and familiarity in a turbulent world.cbsnews.com
Tina Brown on Britain's royals: "It's a great family saga"
The author of "The Palace Papers," about the last quarter-century of the House of Windsor, discusses how the monarchy will transition from 96-year-old Queen Elizabeth II when her reign eventually ends, and what Harry's estrangement has done to the royal family.cbsnews.com
‘Searing’ revelations on the not-so-merry lives of Windsor to be published in Jubilee year
The Queen is facing the prospect of further damaging revelations during her Jubilee year with the announcement of a new royal biography by Tina Brown, the former Vanity Fair editor, based on “years of research and intimate access”.news.yahoo.com
Royal contributor Tina Brown on Oprah's tell-all interview with Prince Harry and Meghan
Royal contributor Tina Brown on Oprah's tell-all interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Royal contributor Tina Brown joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Oprah Winfrey's interview with Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.cbsnews.com
Sir Harold Evans, crusading publisher and author, dies at 92
His wife, fellow author-publisher Tina Brown, said he died of congestive heart failure, it was reported on Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020. “He was the love of my life," Brown wrote Thursday in an email to The Associated Press. Evans came upon some writings by a Tina Brown that so impressed him he contacted the author, only to learn that “Tina Brown” was short for Bettina Brown, his future wife’s mother. With Brown, Evans had two children, adding to the three children he had with his first wife, Enid Parker. A special beneficiary was The New Yorker's Jeffrey Toobin, who received a Random House deal for a book on the O.J.
Mystery of Ghislaine Maxwell's whereabouts deepens as Jeffrey Epstein accusers eye his alleged madam
Ghislaine Maxwell attends VIP Evening of Conversation for Women's Brain Health Initiative, Moderated by Tina Brown at Spring Studios on October 18, 2016 in New York City. The mystery over Ghislaine Maxwell's whereabouts deepened Wednesday on a report that the alleged madam for Jeffrey Epstein, an accused child sex trafficker, was holed up in a Massachusetts mansion, as an Epstein accuser filed suit against Maxwell. "Ghislaine Maxwell is not at my house. The speculation over Maxwell came as prosecutors and Epstein's accusers set their sights on her, and on the heels of Epstein's apparent suicide in jail last Saturday. Some accusers have also said Maxwell at times participated with Epstein in abusing them sexually.cnbc.com