Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are frustrated "that it's a racial conversation about the royal family" when they wanted a royal intervention to stop the press, Gayle King said.
Prince Harry has spoken to his brother Prince William and father Prince Charles since Meghan shocked the world with royal racism allegations—and CBS' Gayle King has provided an update.
Queen Elizabeth II is set to see her husband again after he left hospital following a month in which he had heart surgery and treatment to an infection.
Prince Harry's next visit to see the royal family is set to be this summer and depends on pandemic rules—but he has just made an important gesture that demonstrates his commitment.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Oprah Winfrey allegations have caused their U.K. approval ratings to nosedive while commentators fear some countries may axe Queen Elizabeth II as head of state.
Prince Harry's former aide Heather Wong was a director at his ecotourism project Travalyst which was hit hard when the pandemic all but wiped out international leisure travel.
The father of a Pakistani army captain who Prince Harry called a "P***" has said: "I don't think the UK people or the royal family are racists."
The French satirical magazine sparked fury on Twitter with a cartoon showing Meghan Markle saying she 'couldn't breathe' as Queen Elizabeth II kneels on her neck.
Most British people want an investigation into Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's claims about the royal family after Queen Elizabeth II said she would address them privately.
Prince Harry told Oprah Winfrey the royals 'literally cut me off financially' but the vast majority of British people support the move, according to exclusive polling for Newsweek.
As much as 48 percent of Britain believes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex did their Oprah Winfrey interview as a means of promotion while 36 percent believe it was to defend themselves.
A quarter of Brits do not believe any of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Oprah claims while 45 percent believe only some and 21 percent believe them all, an exclusive Newsweek poll found.
Prince William was asked whether the royals are a "racist family" during a visit to a school—in his first comments on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's tell-all interview.
The royal family has a long history of racism scandals from Prince Philip's gaffe's to a Nazi sympathetic king, a Blackamoor brooch and Prince Andrew's jokes about camels.
Prince Harry's request for his police protection to be maintained based on "threat" rather than "status" represented a request to overhaul the rules to account for white nationalists.
Janina Gavankar told British TV there is an email and text paper trail confirming Meghan Markle's allegations—after Queen Elizabeth II said "some recollections may vary."
The Duchess of Sussex contacted British network ITV to register a complaint after the host said he did not believe she was suicidal.
Meghan Markle said royals discussed a rule change so Archie would not be a prince—which Newsweek has learned cuts to the heart of Prince Charles' plans for the future of the monarchy.
Prince Charles did not address questions about the interview but told a Nigerian-born NHS worker: "I've been there. Lots of different ethnic groups."
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal racism claims have not been licensed in 12 Caribbean and Indian Ocean nations where Queen Elizabeth II is head of state.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal racism allegations will leave suspicion hanging over Britain's next two heads of state unless the accused is named by the palace, campaigners say.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview was broadcast in Britain last night—prompting calls for a royal apology over racism allegations.
Meghan Markle's father Thomas Markle said "they didn't care if I died" after his daughter told Oprah Winfrey he betrayed her in the run-up to their royal wedding.
The British Prime Minister said he 'always had the highest admiration' for Queen Elizabeth II after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's bombshell tell-all interview.
Meghan Markle says Kate Middleton's struggles with the media were not as bad as her's in one of the unaired clips from the bombshell Oprah interview on CBS.
Prince Harry claims a meeting where he and Meghan Markle were to discuss their royal exit plans with Queen Elizabeth II was canceled and they were told she was busy all week.
Meghan Markle's description of comments from a royal about her baby's skin color and her own suicidal feelings are the most devastating attack on monarchy since Princess Diana.
Meghan Markle said she contemplated taking her own life amid negative stories. 'I just didn't want to be alive anymore," she said.
Meghan Markle today said she cried after a fight with Kate Middleton at a bridesmaids dress fitting after stories in the U.K. press had accused her of reducing her sister-in-law to tears.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's interview with Oprah Winfrey is expected to set the world alight with allegations directed at royal family "firm"—here's what to look out for.