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Tina Brown, author of The Palace Papers, on the importance of this jubilee to the royal family and how the Queen has maintained public support through her 70 years on the throne despite many crises
During the Queen’s 70-year reign, the royal family has been thrust ever farther into the public glare as an age of deference gave way to tabloid stings, 24-hour news and social media. The family has been through tragedy and scandal, but its head has maintained a public inscrutability.
It is this defiant ability to remain silent on matters of the personal and political that has been key to her consistently high public approval, argues Tina Brown, author of The Palace Papers. But as she tells Nosheen Iqbal, it hasn’t always served her well. The death of Diana pitched her reign into crisis and in more recent years the scandal surrounding Prince Andrew and the exile of the Sussexes has overshadowed a jubilee year that she will mark for the first time without her late husband, Prince Philip.