The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge travelled to Scotland despite warnings from the Scottish government about the "major impact" of COVID restrictions, newly released emails show.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex built an "empire" over the past 12 months but the journey was a "painful" one, a royal biographer says.
Jeffrey Epstein was nearly the target of an undercover sting by the former host of "To Catch a Predator," but Chris Hansen pulled out after reviewing security at his mansions.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have no plans to launch Archewell on social media—after years of abuse and trolling that the duchess described as "almost unsurvivable."
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced their royal exit a year ago today and Newsweek can reveal four major problems they have solved ahead of a 12-month review with the palace.
Prince Harry's recent libel suit against a British tabloid contains revealing insights into how he sees his own reputation—which appears to still be closely bound to the country he left behind.
Prince Harry and "The Mail on Sunday" have reached a libel settlement over claims he turned his back on the Royal Marines. A statement is expected in court soon, sources tell Newsweek.
Prince Harry's lawyers claim a newspaper article accusing him of turning his back on the Royal Marines left military personnel "more susceptible to suicide," Newsweek can reveal.
Prince William made secret visits to help the vulnerable before Christmas in honor of a special time he shared with his mother Princess Diana when he was 11. .
Signed photographs of the princes were among the valuables stolen by a catering assistant in a case that may trigger thoughts of their mother Diana.
Ghislaine Maxwell's arrest in July came after the FBI obtained permission to use a special surveillance device to expose her location, court documents show.
Prince Andrew will not receive an annual birthday tribute that sparked outrage last year as Britain's most famous royal church avoids a potential backlash, Newsweek can reveal.
Meghan Markle's sister is releasing a biography next week—right before a crunch hearing in her tabloid privacy case—and experts tell Newsweek the timing may not be a coincidence.
Queen Elizabeth II was right to block Prince Harry's request for a war wreath to be laid on his behalf after quitting royal duties, a royal biographer tells Newsweek.
Samantha Markle's book "The Diary of Princess Pushy's Sister" will come out just days before a crunch hearing in Meghan Markle's privacy case about their father Thomas Markle.
Queen Elizabeth II swerved a new Prince Harry and Meghan Markle controversy during her Christmas speech through the careful selection of the photos on her desk.
Archie Mountbatten-Windsor has now been living in California longer than he lived in England in a new milestone for parents Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's exit from royal life.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's 2020 Christmas card shows just how grown up baby Archie has become and reveals the special roll the toddler played in the family's festive preparations.
Baby Archie Mountbatten-Windsor has learned to walk, run and fight a lawsuit during his time in America—here are Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's son's major U.S. milestones.
Ghislaine Maxwell's former special forces security consultant used Princess Diana's death to try to free her on bail ahead of her Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking trial.
Queen Elizabeth II was already facing a lonely Christmas after canceling her normal plans for the first time in 32 years—but now cases are soaring around Windsor Castle.
Meghan and Harry have sent gifts to William, Kate and their three children in a sign the brothers may mend a rift that dates back at least three years.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge face fresh claims they flouted pandemic rules during a Christmas light festival where they socialised with other royals.
Meghan Markle has settled with the U.K. arm of paparazzi agency Splash News over images of her with baby Archie in Canada. An action against the U.S. arm continues.
The royal family have been eager to show their support for Britain during the coronavirus pandemic—but at points have also been accused of flouting rules and even mocking the threat of the virus.
Jeffrey Epstein associate Gwendolyn Beck said she flirted with Prince Andrew on New York financier's private island in an unearthed 2015 email to a journalist.
Jeffrey Epstein's former lover wants to be freed on $28.5 million bail and her lawyers are using her role monitoring suicidal inmates to claim she can be 'trusted.'
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex could become the "$10 billion royal couple" with a soaring net worth—and the real money lies beyond Netflix and Spotify, experts tell Newsweek.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Spotify podcast deal has been estimated at less than their Netflix dea,l but will still make them million of dollars, experts told Newsweek.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will host Archewell Audio and have already recorded a teaser trailer—with a holiday special on its way by the end of the month.