Thomas J. Mace-Archer-Mills, Esq., knew far more about the royal wedding than the millions who listened to his international Television commentary outdoors Windsor Castle—delivered in a posh British accent. It turns out he’s a mere Italian-American mortal, from upstate New York, the AP reports.
Tommy Muscatello initial discovered to sound undeniably British in a higher college production of Oliver two decades ago. The Wall Street Journal outed him as an ordinary American 10 days following the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The 38-year-old, who performs as Mace-Archer-Mills, insists he’s no fraud he actually knows lots about all matters royal.
Muscatello says he’s never ever claimed he was born in Britain. He hails from Bolton Landing, a hamlet about 200 miles north of New York City exactly where he grew up.
A single point is specific: He has gathered far more info about the British royal household than you are going to ever want to know—a veritable laundry list of characters close to the throne reaching back to Oliver Cromwell, an English military and political leader and a single of the signatories in 1649 of King Charles I’s death warrant that led to his beheading.
The Linked Press contributed to this report.