Molly McPherson & Christian Hull

PR Crisis Manager Reveals How The Royal Family Are Handling Harry & Megan

In the new episode of Complete Drivel, Christian Hull was joined by PR Crisis Manager and TikTok sensation, Molly McPherson, to chat about the biggest scandals!

We found out Molly’s thoughts on how the Royal family are handling Harry & Megan right now from a PR crisis perspective, especially after Harry’s book launch.


The bombshells just kept coming in Harry’s book, Spare, including: father, King Charles and brother, Prince William not wanting to reconcile; The brothers having a physical altercation; The King and the Prince of Wales’ silence over Megan’s allegations of mistreatment in the UK; the Palace leaking information to the press, and how he didn’t want his father to marry Camilla Parker Bowles.

“When you grow up like that, you can’t help but struggle”, Molly said.

Molly shared what exactly made Harry’s book tour so strategic and if King Charles’ decision for windfarm profits going to the wider public is also strategic after his son’s book revelations.

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We also spoke about the Balenciaga scandal and everything going on with Britney Spears right now.

“When people talk about crisis communication, it’s really no different than a human crisis. So how you respond in a professional crisis is no different than a personal one…people take things personally, and Britney Spears is a personal crisis”, she said.

If you’re interested in the world of PR and want to learn more from Molly McPherson, you can sign up to her Patreon, which has three different options, with the minimum including off-the-record deep dives on pop culture and current events, Patreon exclusive podcast episodes, early access to Indestructible PR Podcast episodes, extended TikTok content and monthly live chats on Crowdcast.

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