Royal skilled Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills, Esq., gave quite a few interviews to TV retailers across the globe forward of the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Billing himself because the “Chairman of the British Monarchist Society”, he has been giving recommendation on royal etiquette and British the Aristocracy on TV for years, all delivered in his posh English accent.
However the Wall Avenue Journal stories that Mace-Archer-Mills is definitely Tommy Muscatello, an Italian-American from upstate New York.
Apparently, Muscatello acquired his British accent whereas showing in a highschool manufacturing of Oliver! and simply caught with it. He says he now has problem talking in an American accent, and associates say that he even greets them by declaring “God save the Queen!”. He maintains that he by no means really informed networks he was a Brit, however that he feels extra British than American anyway. He claims to be making use of for British citizenship: “I discovered the place I’m imagined to be and who I’m imagined to be.”
One of many reveals he appeared on in his capability as a royal skilled was Comedy Central’s Jim Jefferies Present. Upon studying that Mace-Archer-Mills is a fraud, a rep for JJS stated: “If we had any journalistic requirements, we think about we’d be fairly upset by this information.”
Muscatello has issued an announcement saying “Lots of the information within the article are inaccurate and the Wall Avenue Journal itself was given many alternatives to make sure that the article was revealed with probably the most correct info obtainable. The WSJ selected to not adhere to the information or their integrity.” He contends that he was tricked into giving an interview by a reporter who “mis-sold” him on what it will be used for.
The Wall Avenue Journal is standing by its story.