Royal family: Katie Nicholl discusses taxpayer funding of the monarchy increasing by 17%

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In This Story: Katie Nicholl

Katie Nicholl is a journalist, broadcaster, and Royal Correspondent at Vanity Fair. She works with the BBC and Sky News in the UK, CBC in Canada, and as royal expert for Entertainment Tonight in the US.

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