Dear Gossips,

Welcome back if you’re in the United States, returning from the Memorial Day break. Hope you had a great long weekend. We were open for business here yesterday so please scroll down to get caught up. 

So ... what did you watch last night? I, unfortunately, did not watch Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal because Duana and I were recording Show Your Work and I forgot to record it – but the good news is that in Canada, it’s airing on Friday on W Network. If, that is, you don’t have any other plans, like Always Be My Maybe, starring Ali Wong, Randall Park, and Keanu Reeves on Netflix. I feel like the trailer and the clips they’ve released from the Lifetime Harry and Meghan movie might be enough though? Have you seen any of this? 

Here’s the scene where they imagine the phone call between Meghan and Thomas Markle just before the wedding when he tells them he can’t come to the wedding. If you haven’t yet had a chance to enjoy this, I’m jealous. It’s amazing. 


Here’s the trailer:


Did you see Prince William? Check out Prince William. 


You need a closer look. 


I’m dead. This is already my favourite movie of all time. 

One more – here’s when Meghan tells Harry she’s pregnant, after he presents her with a puppy. Skip to 0:50 if you don’t want to watch the whole thing: 


This, obviously, is pure (fan) fiction. But still. I’ll take it over Fifty Shades of Grey. Unless there’s a Fifty Shades of Grey version of Harry and Meghan?

Anyway, if you want to know what “happens” in Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal, Vanity Fair has a recap. One more bit of hilarity – according to Lifetime, this is what the Queen said when Harry and Meghan told her that there would be a black minister would be delivering the sermon at the wedding: 

“Good old-time religion! A bit of raw God.”

I’m going to pass out now. 

Yours in gossip,