The British Royal family are the most talked about monarchy in the world, and keeping up with all the goings-on can be difficult.
With an ever-growing family and daily engagements, there’s a lot of commitment to be had in order to stay on the ball with Royal news.
If you’ve been following our Podcast of the Week series, you’ll know how much we love the world of audio programmes.
So if you like keeping up with royal news, and listening to podcasts as much as we do, you’ll love these…
Omid Scobie and Emily Andrews are reporters and well-known experts on Royal news.
Omid has over has extensively covered the lives of the younger members of the British Royal Family, and Emily Andrews is the Sun’s royal correspondent. Collectively they have over 45,000 followers on Twitter.
In this podcast, they delve deep into the biggest royal stories of the week, in an informative and chatty half-hour long episodes.
This podcast wins the award for best punny title.
Royally Obsessed is for those who are, well, royally obsessed. It’s in the name.
Hosted by Kaitlin Menza and Lisa Ryan, who write about royal goings-on for publications such as Cosmopolitan and NY Mag.
In each episode, they discuss the highs and lows in Buckingham Palace.
Follow them on Instagram: @RoyallyObsessedPodcast
If you’re looking to listen to a more timeless podcast on royalty, The Windsors is the one for you.
Kerri Elstub and Victoria Arbiter host this royal podcast, that helps you get to know the world’ most famous family.
Each episode focuses on a different family member - so if you have a favourite Prince or Princess, there’s an episode perfect for you.
Spilling Royal Tea
From TMZ and Spoke comes this special Roal podcast - another fair contender for best punny title.
Hosted by Sean Mandell and Craig Robert Young, host this show - you can listen to it on Player FM.
Pod Save the Queen
This Podcast by the Daily Mirror is hosted by Ann Gripper and other reporters from the royal team.
Behind the scenes details, fashion, travel and much more royal goings-on are covered in each episode.
It’s also another competitor for best punny title.
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