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The Crown Chronicles regularly cooperates with news and media outlets on articles, documentaries and radio productions.

Here are the latest press appearances of The Crown Chronicles and team:

28th February 2018: BBC Breakfast with Dan Walker and Louise Minchin – Meghan Markle’s first official charity event

Meghan was due to make her first official appearance as a soon-to-be member of the Royal Family at the Royal Foundation Forum with her fiancé, Prince Harry, and brother- and sister-in-law, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.


20th February 2018: BBC Radio 2 Drivetime with Simon Mayo – discussing the British Honours system

Talking about MBEs, OBEs and CBEs – and all the other bits – on BBC Radio 2.


16th February 2018: HuffPost UK – From Scotland To The Seychelles: Where The Royals Honeymoon

Speculation over Prince Harry and Meghan’s honeymoon destination led to a look back at other royal honeymoons. Read the full post here.


9th February 2018: HuffPost UK – Royal Wedding presents through the ages

With Prince Harry’s upcoming nuptials, we discussed royal wedding presents with HuffPost UK. Read the full post here.


16th January 2018: Heart Breakfast Wiltshire – the royal wedding

Talking Prince Harry and Meghan’s upcoming nuptials – including the ‘hag’ do (joint stag and hen do), the bridesmaids and what The Queen will wear – on Heart Breakfast Wiltshire, with Ben and Mel.


14th January 2018: BBC Breakfast – ‘The Coronation’ documentary

In conversation with Rachel and Ben on BBC Breakfast, Victoria Howard discusses what The Queen’s appearance in a documentary about her coronation tells us.


28th November 2017: Heart Wiltshire – the royal engagement

Ben and Mel chatted to editor Victoria about Prince Harry and Meghan, whom the public seem to adore already, the stag-do which is being planned on Facebook for Harry and where they might be married.


27th November 2017: Radio New Zealand, Morning Report – Prince Harry’s engagement crashes website

Speaking to Mihi, Victoria explained that The Crown Chronicles website crashed because so many people wanted to read about the couple’s exciting news. Details of the ring, and the wedding. (7m 01s – Victoria speaks 3m 08s)


27th September 2017: BBC Radio London – Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are engaged

Our editor Victoria spoke about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement, and what it meant for the Royal Family.

5th September 2017: Radio New Zealand, Morning Report – Royal Baby news

Speaking to Guyon Espiner, Victoria commented on the exciting news of a Prince or Princess for William and Kate, and how the Royal Family are reacting; listen below or here. (1m 38s)


4th September 2017: Heart FM – Royal Baby news

Editor Victoria Howard spoke with Lucy and Rich on Heart FM’s afternoon show about the latest news that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting. (2m 37s)



23rd April 2017: Mashable – Why Prince Harry and Prince William are truly the millennial royals’

We spoke to Mashable about how Prince Charles’ sons have changed the way they represent the Royal Family, partly through social media. Read more.


3rd January 2016: Net Television, Malta – ‘Mill-Familja Rjali (The Royal Family)’

The Crown Chronicles was used as a consultant, helping with factual accuracy in the production of this Maltese mini-series, which was written and presented by one of our then-writers, Marcella Busuttil.

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 25th December 2015: OK! Magazine – How Kate Middleton broke the Royal family’s Christmas tradition

“Victoria Howard, editor of The Crown Chronicles, exclusively told OK! Online: “This is a little unusual, but the Duchess also spent Christmas with her family at the beginning of her first pregnancy, when she was suffering with hyperemesis gravidarum…

“Since the Royals open gifts on Christmas Eve they will only be missing lunch and games in the evening.” Read more.



If you wish to speak to us for a TV or radio appearance, get a quote for an article, or even to use our royal expertise, please contact us at: editor@thecrownchronicles.co.uk

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