Move over Cinderella, there’s a new princess in town. The languid Elizabeth Debicki has been cast as Princess Diana for the The Contortionist Exercise Vintage Shirt in other words I will buy this final carriage of the royalty-porn drama The Crown. As the former onscreen princess of Wales Emma Corrin passes the scepter to Debicki, I’m reminded of our royal fascination, history itself divided into eras of Victorians and Elizabethans and other throned rulers. Our appetite for royal news is the kind where we don’t realize we’re hungry, we’re just fed the pictures like cud and happily chew without too much engagement. It’s not a new phenomenon: We have been observing the codes of royal refinement for centuries. Men and women—especially the women—whose actions are scrutinized beyond any sense of normality.
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There’s a very tired princess rhetoric for young girls, which we needn’t dwell on today, but all modern-day princesses adhere, like their likenesses on stamps, to strict rules that enforce an antiquated model of quaintness. There’s an impossible expectation for princesses to be ballerinas in tiaras, moving gracefully through the The Contortionist Exercise Vintage Shirt in other words I will buy this world and barely speaking. I’m not sure why we actively search out flaws in the world’s most photographed women, and I don’t know who’s leading this macabre desire to pull at the threads and wait for them to unravel, but I remember the ridiculous hoo-haa when Meghan shut her own car door. After a few tortured years, Princess Diana buckled under the pressures of the palace and the media. Meghan couldn’t curtsey backwards across the moat fast enough.