The royal visit shows us that sentimentality is as it has always been: a refuge sought by many when times get uncertain and tough.
Don't expect the media storm over the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, to subside any time soon.
The marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle drew tens of millions of viewers and an absurd number of newspaper lift-outs. Here's how it went down around the globe.
Including a very unusual -- though highly elucidating -- definition of "the public interest".
In today's Media Briefs: Front Page of the Day ... Phil Craig appointed as ABC Head of Factual ... Aussie-born former journo to lead UK Greens ... 2.2% of newspaper ad revenues from digital ...
In today's Media Briefs: Fairfax funnies 1 & 2 ... FrontPage of the Day ... The Department of Corrections ... 3600 complaints about Sun's Prince Harry pics ... Rupert Murdoch the movie? ...
Prince Harry's supporters may laugh his nude photo controversy off as a frivolous PR fumble, but his father will be the person most peeved about it -- and with good reason, writes Tom Skyes.