Don't expect the media storm over the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, to subside any time soon.
The royal wedding is the latest in a long line of stunts to modernise the British throne, and it will benefit only the most fortunate.
Eddie Maguire has come out swinging against a fake online ad which claims he has created drug for erectile dysfunction with TV personality Dr Phil. And other media tidbits of the day.
The press has reacted with the restraint you'd expect to the news of Prince Harry's engagement, with front pages almost dedicated to the news.
Of course, a monarchy is ridiculous. But I can't help but love Queen Elizabeth.
Three European monarchs have abdicated in the last year or so, which got us wondering: could our Lilibet be next? Not on your life, writes freelance writer Dylan Barber.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in Sydney, and they will no doubt be on their blandest, most boringly dutiful behaviour. But that's not due to the dignity of their titles -- it's in opposition.
Crikey readers talk the upcoming visit from Prince William and Princess Shinyhair, plus why we should process our own refugees.
How normal is Kate? So normal. And Willy is such a normal dad. And George will be normalised, too. These new-age royals are all so normal. Or so the narrative goes.
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, was last seen being borne through the streets of Honiara, capital of the Solomon Islands, in a vehicle decked out to look like a ceremonial canoe.