Thousands of protesters gathered at London’s Trafalgar Square on Saturday to celebrate the death of Margaret Thatcher. The event marked the end of a bizarre and remarkable week in the U.K., characterized by a polarized response to the demise of the longest serving British prime minister in living memory. But the struggle to decide her legacy continues.
One might be forgiven for believing that the monarchy has been dying a slow yet dignified death. But the announcement of the Duchess of Cambridge’s pregnancy promises to renew adoration for the family in the hearts and minds of Brits.