“If you had a democratic constitution, the monarch would have sworn an oath to the constitution, and there would be something they would defend. But they are the constitution. All the supports were falling away from them, so they relied on the press for support. And this relationship was a crucial part of the way they existed.” The New Yorker’s Isaac Chotiner with an interesting look at Harry, Meghan, and the Pact Between the Royals and the Press. (Here’s my take. Especially in this age of the attention economy, the Royal Family exists to create stories and give us something to talk about. Because of that, Harry and Meghan aren’t hurting the monarchy. They’re helping it. The whole world is talking about them.)