Jonathan Hay in Good Housekeeping Magazine

Good Housekeeping is a prestigious publication that’s been around for over 130 years.  Jonathan Hay is named and quoted in Good Housekeeping Magazine about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal baby. Click here to read the story.

Excerpt from the article:

On the other hand, though, Jenna is not wrong about announcing big news on Fridays. As famed celebrity publicist Jonathan Hay once told MarieClaire.com, choosing Friday to drop major news is a really good strategy:

News writers are the world’s most sleep-deprived people, and by the time Friday roles around nothing can get in the way of the weekend. So, what happens when a celebrity drops their divorce announcement at 5:00 p.m. on a Friday afternoon? Sure, a world-weary writer will stay late and cover — but the news might not be treated with Wednesday-level reporting, and PR reps know it.

Both Demi Lovato and Wilmer Valderrama and Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes announced their breakups on a Friday, probably as a way to get a little more privacy.

Given that Meghan and Harry declared that they wish to keep the birth of the baby private, it would make total sense that the pair would take a page out of the publicist playbook and wait to say anything until late Friday.

Sooo once 5 p.m. hits today, we’ll all see if Jenna was right. Watch those clocks carefully, folks.

Direct link: https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/life/entertainment/a27355138/today-show-jenna-bush-hager-royal-baby-born-theory/

 

Advertisements