OBSESSED! On this episode of the To Di For Daily podcast, Kinsey Schofield talks to Katie Cassidy & Stephen Huszar about Hallmark’s ‘A Royal Christmas Crush!’
Kinsey Schofield appears on TalkTV with presenter Cristo Foufas. The two animatedly discuss the latest season of Netflix’s The Crown. The To Di For Daily host imagines what Prince William’s reaction might be to a significant young William presence in season 5, Cristo wonders out loud if Prince Harry personally squashed the ‘Princess in Love’ / James Hewitt storyline, and the two discuss how The Crown handles the infamous Martin Bashir interview.
Royal watchers are horrified at the insinuation of an inappropriate relationship between Prince Philip and a friend, Sir John Major fights back, and Earl Spencer makes his ‘Crown’ debut.
‘The Crown’ Season 5 will premiere on Netflix in November of 2022.
Richard Fitzwilliams is such a staple when it comes to royal watching. The British public relations consultant and commentator is a lover of film and an even bigger lover of the British royal family! He talks to Kinsey Schofield of the To Di For Daily podcast about how Hollywood’s obsession with the royal family often strays from accuracy and sometimes lacks the most important aspect… the perfect leading lady.
We have the scoop on ‘The Queen’s Ball: A Bridgerton Experience’ presented by Netflix, Shondaland, and Fever – coming to Los Angeles March 24th! Plus, when is ‘Bridgerton’ season 2 coming out?
Kristen Stewart did not wear an exact replica of Princess Diana’s wedding dress in ‘Spencer.’ Costume designer Jacqueline Durran explains the story to FIDM’s Kevin Jones.
On Thursday, January 20th Jacqueline Durran will sit down with Kevin Jones, the curator of the FIDM Museum, to discuss Kristen Stewart’s Chanel-infused garb that dominated the conversation upon the release of the critically-acclaimed film, ‘Spencer.’ Tickets are free!
I am so disappointed that Broadway’s ‘Diana’ didn’t get the chance that it deserved and my Broadway insiders say that “Netflix killed them.” Allegedly. As I explained to Mark Dolan on GB News, it was released to a massive audience ready to rip into it. People that aren’t necessarily fans of Princess Diana or musicals. The show just as “Underestimated” as the woman.
Why are we so obsessed with royalty? The Great’s Elle Fanning says that strong women are currently on our radar. “I think there’s so many, especially women in history, so many progressive women with amazing stories to tell that a lot of people don’t necessarily know.” Watch the video!
Seeing ‘Diana: the Musical’ on Broadway was such a fun, boisterous, celebration! Jeanna de Waal illuminates the stage as if the spotlight weren’t even necessary.
NEW TRAILER ALERT! “On a warm spring day in 1924, house maid and foundling Jane Fairchild (Odessa Young) finds herself alone on Mother’s Day. Her employers, Mr. and Mrs. Niven (Colin Firth and Olivia Colman), are out and she has the rare chance to spend quality time with her secret lover. Paul (Josh O’Connor) is the boy from the manor house nearby, Jane’s long-term love despite the fact that he’s engaged to be married to another woman, a childhood friend and daughter of his parents’ friends. But events that neither can foresee will change the course of Jane’s life forever.”