30 Min Released May 1, 2018

#20: The Heir and the Spare

A look at why Harry was such a rebel, and the way he and Meghan bring their own histories to the relationship. James is looking into another name change--anything to get into the royal wedding! Plus, breaking down the latest public appearances, and another potential prediction come true! And Jamie Cuccinelli from BRIDES gives us a little history lesson on music at royal weddings--Kristen learns an important lesson about gospel music.

Plus, Melanie Bromley, E! chief news correspondent and royal expert joins Kristen to talk about the psychology behind Meghan and Harry's relationship.


We would love to hear your own predictions, questions, and #Heghan fascinations. You can tweet them to @KristenMeinzer, @ImJamesBarr, and @RoyalWeddingPod, or send a note at whenmeghanmetharry@panoply.fm

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