Royal biographer Omid Scobie has written of the missed opportunity to promote Prince William's work at the time of his 40th birthday, with the focus instead on his relationship with Prince Harry.
Author Tina Brown has said that Harry poses a "bigger problem" than Andrew because "because you never quite know what he's going to do next."
Andrew Morton has referenced the queen's desire not to repeat mistakes made by Charles and Diana and how the princess' legacy manifests itself in today's more relaxed monarchy.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's experiences of royal life have been strikingly similar to Princess Diana's during their royal exit.
Royal biographer Andrew Morton has revealed that when the queen was a child she had the pockets of her clothes sewn up to prevent her putting her hands in them
Yuri Gagarin—the first human in space—wanted to make sure Queen Elizabeth II was "not just an animated doll," according to a new biography of the Monarch.
Prince Charles allies were willing to "throw anyone under the bus" to "protect their man" after Princess Diana's death, claims a book by her secret biographer.
Author Tina Brown has said that Prince Andrew is "obsessed" with making a royal return to public life and sees the queen as the "best route" to do it.
Queen Elizabeth II feared foul play in Princess Diana's Paris death, while Prince Charles asked "what have we done to deserve this?" a new biography says.
Tina Brown claims Meghan Markle has been "unfairly targeted" for being the one who separated Prince Harry from his family, with the Prince equally to blame.
An author nicknamed the "Witchfinder General" has set his sights on the Duchess of Sussex, having previously written a biography of Prince Charles described as a "right royal hatchet job."
"Diana always saw the power of changing within the structure of the monarchy," said royal commentator and former editor of Vanity Fair, Tina Brown.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry enjoyed adulating praise and hefty criticism in the major biographies of their lives but there is one thing the authors agree on.
Author of The Palace Papers, Tina Brown, has described Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as both being "number six on the call sheet" when they married in 2018.
Author Tina Brown claims that Meghan Markle "didn't understand" the reality of palace life and the role she wanted was blocked by Harry's "sixth in line" status
Queen Elizabeth II's sister Margaret complained the Monarch needed a holiday due to "blackamoor" prime ministers "crying on her shoulder," a new book says.
Prince Harry shouting at staff before his wedding led to the first in a run of bad stories about Meghan Markle at a crucial moment, a biography said.
Author Tina Brown has said in a TV interview that Meghan saw Princess Diana as a "superstar" but forgot it took her 17 years hard work to get there.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle told Oprah Winfrey of mistreatment by the "institution" but a new biography quotes palace sources giving their side of the story.
Meghan Markle "hated" a royal tour which Prince Harry said was a turning point in relations with Charles, William and Kate, according to Tina Brown.
Harry's concern over Meghan Markle's safety could have influenced his rush to the altar, author Tina Brown recounts in her new book "The Palace Papers."
Meghan Markle "doesn't really have a brand" and "nothing is really going anywhere," said biographer Tina Brown.
Author Tina Brown said she found the claim unbelievable, given Meghan's canny nature, and her proven capacity to research roles for her work as an actress.
Prince Harry was right to question Queen Elizabeth II's circle in heavily criticized comments, after his "darkest" moments involved her staff, Omid Scobie says.
"I think in England, where they hate Meghan—they think that I've been way too empathetic to Meghan," author Tina Brown said on the "Sway" podcast.
Meghan Markle's experience of racism in the U.K. media echoes how journalists "sneered" at Kate Middleton on social class, a new biography by Tina Brown suggests.
Author Tina Brown has told The New York Times 'Sway' podcast that Charles would not "consider abdicating" for Prince William in the next reign.
Author Tina Brown has revealed in her new book how Meghan Markle's Vogue collaboration came at a pivotal moment in the Sussexes' relationship with the press.
The Queen and her family were "supportive" of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle quitting but "wanted it done in an orderly way," a biography by Tina Brown states.