Joanna Williams

Television

Harry and Meghan’s Oscar-worthy performance

The Sussexes seem to find it hard to know where real life stops and fantasy begins

By Joanna Williams

Europe

The stage-managed world of Harry and Meghan

If you must share every intimate moment, don’t complain when the public expects to know more

By Joanna Williams

Europe

The trouble with Prince Harry’s eco-alarmism

Laughing at Harry means we avoid having to take him seriously and subjecting his words to serious criticism

By Joanna Williams

Europe

Why is the UN preaching about COVID and the patriarchy?

In reality, COVID-19 shows us nothing other than that a very nasty virus can be fatal to old and sick people

By Joanna Williams

Art

What’s galling about the Sussexes’ Netflix deal

If you want to head-up a television production company then what you really need is to be born — or marry — into vast wealth

By Joanna Williams

The myth of a ‘privacy-loving’ Harry and Meghan

The more hard done the Duke and Duchess appear, the more sympathy they garner from friends and allies

By Joanna Williams

Media

Is this really the time for Harry and Meghan to continue their war on the tabloids?

The antics of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have never seemed more utterly irrelevant

By Joanna Williams

Media

Harry and Meghan just can’t handle criticism

They want to drop boring duties and avoid pesky royal correspondents, but keep access to Charles’s wallet, inherited wealth and the status of royalty

By Joanna Williams

Europe

Prince Harry’s misguided attack on the press

The media should be free to comment on what is, at best, a privileged lack of self-awareness and at worst barefaced hypocrisy

By Joanna Williams

The odious worship of Megan Rapinoe

Women’s soccer and ugly double standards

By Joanna Williams

Art

Morgan Freeman and the troubling direction of #MeToo

The movement calls for a change in culture as impossible as it is counterproductive.

By Joanna Williams

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