Wedding cake for a new generation - and remembering Diana years with Jennie Bond

New details of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding have been announced this week: the wedding cake baker and invitation design .


With two royal weddings and a royal baby to look forward to in 2018, it is easy to forget the turmoil the royal family found itself in in the 1990s.



But those events are vividly recalled by Jennie Bond, whose time as BBC royal correspondent from 1989 to 2003 took in two royal break ups and the death of Princess Diana.



As a new biography of Prince Charles rakes up that difficult time, Jennie joins Pod Save The Queen host Ann Gripper to reflect on the annus horribilis of 1992, why Princess Diana still captivates - and why Camilla should be Queen.



They also discuss Harry and Meghan's blending of the modern and the traditional for their big day, which royal would be best in the I'm a Celebrity jungle and how listeners can be part of a wedding gift for Prince Harry and Meghan with The Crown From The Crowd project by Photobox.

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