Prince Harry and Prince William spoke after Prince Philip's funeral amid a deep rift between the brothers in what experts said their late grandfather would see as "a good thing."
Queen Elizabeth II bowed her head in mourning as she said her last goodbye to husband Prince Philip at his funeral surrounded by just 30 guests.
Prince Philip's funeral left the royals visibly with "some in tears," as Britain fell silent in respect for Queen Elizabeth II's husband of 73 years.
Meghan Markle has handwritten a card for Prince Philip to be laid on a wreath at his funeral Saturday as she watches the service from home in California.
Prince Harry and Prince William will be separated as they walk behind Prince Philip's coffin as a royal author tells Newsweek the rift is too deep for the funeral to heal it.
Queen Elizabeth II is allowed just 30 guests at Prince Philip's funeral due to COVID restrictions but a global audience of millions will watch the Windsor Castle ceremony.
Prince Andrew faces claims he asked for permission to wear an admiral's uniform to Prince Philip's funeral despite deferring his promotion due to the Jeffrey Epstein scandal.
Prince Philip's funeral will be at St George's Chapel where he watched grandson Prince Harry marry Meghan Markle almost three years ago.
Floral tributes have been laid at the Buckingham Palace gates for Prince Philip after he died peacefully at Windsor Castle today.
Queen Elizabeth II's husband had a difficult childhood as his family fled Greece when he was 18 months and after his death daughter Princess Anne today said he "was virtually a refugee."
Queen Elizabeth II will spend eight days in mourning after Prince Philip died today—as experts tell Newsweek how aides have worked on funeral plans for years.
Queen Elizabeth II's former press secretary tells Newsweek the 94-year-old monarch will feel her husband's loss particularly strongly.
The Duke of Edinburgh, who has died aged 99, helped his wife through her toughest times—from the death of her father to the fire at Windsor Castle.
Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, has been described by Queen Elizabeth II as her "strength and stay" through 73 years of marriage.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been photographed by the paparazzi almost once a month since moving to America, including twice since their Oprah Winfrey interview was broadcast.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have seen police called nine times in as many months to their Montecito mansion—including for a trespasser who later told a journalist he was high.
Piers Morgan called for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to name the royal racist who commented on Archie's skin color—saying: "I don't want to be paying for a racist."
The 59-year-old, who is awaiting trial on trafficking offenses, "is now fully vaccinated," according to a U.S. attorney.
Queen Elizabeth II offered Meghan Markle the freedom to continue acting—but the duchess and Prince Harry did not give it enough thought, a royal author claims.
The Good Morning Britain host claimed messages were sent on behalf of royal family members expressing 'gratitude for someone who was standing up for them.'
Ghislaine Maxwell prosecutors have handed over 2.7 million pages of evidence to the British socialite's lawyers in her Jeffrey Epstein-related trafficking case.
Ghislaine Maxwell's legal team want an "original, complete" diary among "sensitive personal information" they requested from a law firm representing Jeffrey Epstein's victims.
Jeffrey Epstein's former lover wants a face-to-face court appearance after QAnon conspiracy theorists tuned into a livestream of a previous video link, a court filing reveals.
Prince Charles visited Jesus House two days after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Oprah Winfrey interview—but campaigners tell Newsweek he should apologize due to past comments by a pastor.
The former "Good Morning Britain" host says Princess Diana was his friend—though he has previously admitted his own mother told him to 'go a bit easier' on her.
How Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's most dramatic Oprah Winfrey interview claims fit against the timeline of their wider royal journey.
Ghislaine Maxwell faces grooming allegations from a new alleged victim in her Jeffrey Epstein trafficking case—which could make her trial more awkward for long time friend Prince Andrew.
Kate Middleton's uncle suggested Meghan Markle had a "hissy fit" during a famous argument over flower girl dresses, which the Duchess of Sussex claims reduced her to tears.
Queen Elizabeth II's grandson Peter Phillips travelled 460 miles to Scotland to visit a family friend—though a spokesperson tells Newsweek it was 'on business.'
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's daughter will automatically get an aristocratic title at birth—even after the row over whether Archie will be a prince, the College of Arms says.