King Charles III's reign has begun with "an unnecessary battle" with the media over accusations of censorship, according to Newsweek's Royal Report podcast.
The reality TV star urged people comparing Meghan and Harry's PDAs to William and Kate's to "grow up."
Queen Elizabeth II's death certificate also confirms the palace told the public more than three hours after the 96-year-old monarch passed away.
King Charles III's reign has begun on tense terms with the British media, and an expert told Newsweek the palace may have made an an "unwise move."
Prince Harry was "manifestly unreasonable" when he filed a libel lawsuit against The Mail on Sunday over his security, according to the newspaper's lawyers.
The Prince and Princess of Wales were told their three children Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, were a "credit" to them.
Kate wore the coat on her first Welsh visit as Princess of Wales, the title formerly held by her mother-in-law, Diana.
Spotify has said that the Duchess of Sussex's podcast will resume following the mourning period for her grandmother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth II.
A TikTok video shows the Duchess of Sussex's style evolution since her stint as a "Deal or No Deal" briefcase model. "She's simply stunning."