The royals, even to their defenders, are a kind of entertainment. The leader in this week’s Spectator described royal lives as highly relatable, with the “rhythms of royal news … so much more aligned with our own life experience” than tales of grubby politicians.
Others, myself included, think the Windsors are more circus than soap opera. And it was in this vein that the comedian Danny Baker tweeted a black and white photo of a young simian held between two poshos. The caption “royal baby leaves hospital” was in response to the birth of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, son of Meghan Markle and Harry Windsor.
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With Jimmy away having a life Jazza is joined by brothers Michael and Jacob Trueman of the Fratocrats, an amazing comedy duo on the YouTube.
In a slightly longer episode than usual (we did enjoy running out mouths) the guys touch on why Carly Fiorina is Jazza’s queen, why Trump is a fool, what we would ask Corbyn to put to the PM at PMQs whether or not Nicole Arbour went too far with her Dear Fat People video.
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