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Jonathan Sacerdoti
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About Jonathan

Jonathan Sacerdoti is a British broadcaster and writer whose royal coverage is featured extensively around the world. Known for his rational, analytical approach as well as his ability to explain clearly British traditions, customs and history, he is much in demand in print and broadcast media. 

He appears regularly on Fox News, Newsmax, E! channel and Us Weekly in the USA, CBC News in Canada, i24News in the Middle East, ABC Radio in Australia and Closer magazine in the UK and US. He appears extensively in Fox Nation’s one-hour profile documentary ‘Who is King Charles III?’

He is a regular contributor to E! Channel’s Daily Pop and E! News, as well as appearing on TMZ Live. He is frequently featured as a guest expert and co-host of Us Weekly’s Royally Us podcast. His analysis of royal news and events has featured around the world in newspapers, magazines and online, including in The Sun, Closer, Marie Claire, The Daily Express, The New York Post, Us Weekly, The Spectator and many others.

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As a broadcaster Jonathan has provided analysis and commentary for Fox News Channel on the Coronation of King Charles III, the death and funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, Prince Phillip the Duke of Edinburgh’s death, and others. He reported live from the holy land for Prince William’s tour of Israel and Jordan for i24News, including live from the Western Wall in Jerusalem on this first official visit of a senior royal to Israel.

He also provided live commentary during the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for i24News, and from outside the hospital during the births of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, the children of William, the Prince of Wales and Katherine, the Princess of Wales.

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