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.
Harry will work alongside Rupert Murdoch's daughter-in-law tackling misinformation—but U.K. critics say his wife Meghan told a "fib" in their Oprah interview.
Prince Charles is "swanning about in sunshine" on a tour of Greece as Brits prepare for a tough new COVID ban on international travel, anti-monarchy campaigners tell Newsweek.
Meghan Markle's lawsuit against Splash News over pictures of her with Archie has driven the company to Chapter 11 bankruptcy—but a statement says it will not be closing down.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been in private contact with Zara Tindall and her husband Mike Tindall to congratulate them on the birth of their baby boy Lucas.
Maxwell's latest plea to be released from jail in advance of her Epstein trafficking case has been rejected over "considerable uncertainty" about her application.
Queen Elizabeth II has a "very bonny" new great-grandson after Zara Tindall gave birth to a baby boy "very quickly" on her bathroom floor, her husband announced.
Meghan Markle won a resounding victory in her privacy lawsuit over a letter to her father. However, the tabloid wants permission to appeal and lawyers tell Newsweek they may get their wish.
Prince Harry has been hired as chief impact officer by employee coaching startup BetterUp and says he has a "truly awesome" mentor through the company.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry lost two key staffers but the ensuing debate has echoes of an era when Meghan was nicknamed "Duchess Difficult" while secretly facing suicidal feelings.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's chief of staff has stepped back to an advisory role after just a year working for the couple.
Queen Elizabeth II has backed a palace diversity drive amid acknowledgements 'more needs to be done'—but not everyone was encouraged by the move.
Royal brothers Prince Harry and Prince William have both honored their mother recently but the pair chose very different approaches in the aftermath of the bombshell Oprah interview.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry told Oprah Winfrey they were married in private three days before their Windsor Castle ceremony—but records confirm the official event was the legally binding one.
Prince Harry had to apologize over racist remarks made while he was in the army but has not revisited the issue despite backing the fight against racism.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince William are polling better in America than Prince Harry and Meghan Markle despite the tell-all Oprah Winfrey interview.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have triggered a debate about a royal "briefing war" with their celebrity friends on one side and unnamed sources on the other.
The tell-all with Oprah Winfrey has had material removed for British viewers following allegations the production company engaged in "deliberate distortion."
Queen Elizabeth II showed her commitment to racial diversity when she danced with Ghana's president in 1961—at the height of the civil rights movement in America.