Elizabeth Debicki who plays Diana in season five of "The Crown" said that the princess's famous black cocktail dress "provoked something in me as an actor."
Dame Judi Dench, who has portrayed royals in several films, has written an open letter to Netflix calling for a disclaimer to be added to "The Crown."
Meghan Markle hinted she and Prince Harry have given up some creative control over their Netflix documentary—as U.K. media speculates about its content.
Bestselling author Jeffrey Archer tells Newsweek what challenges Prince Harry faces with his highly anticipated upcoming memoir.
A new biography of the Queen Mother sheds light on her relationship with granddaughter-in-law Princess Diana.
King Charles III may show his "ruthless side" if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are "deliberately tarnishing the monarchy," a biographer said.
Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast discussed how the chosen date of King Charles' coronation will have been received by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Graham Smith, CEO of Republic in the U.K., told Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast how his group plans to protest the king's crowning ceremony.
King Charles III's depiction in "The Crown" sparked a tabloid backlash but a source told Newsweek "the rags" exploited the show for "sensationalist purposes."
Queen Consort Camilla is expected to wear a crown with the diamond, which India's governing party says "brings back painful memories of the colonial past."
King Charles III appeared to say "Dear oh dear" on meeting Liz Truss, but a royal author told Newsweek: "It's all to do with mood."
King Charles III's reign will face a key test in November as the disintegration of his marriage is played out on screen—just days before his birthday.
Royal fashion expert Miranda Holder tells Newsweek that Meghan could "pivot" her "Hollywood starlet" image for King Charles' coronation.
Prince Harry's first literary project was announced by publishers Penguin Random House last year.
With the coronation set for May 6, 2023, a royal expert tells Newsweek that despite being "slimmed down," the ceremony will still be "a magnificent spectacle."
Buckingham Palace said Charles will be crowned alongside Queen Consort Camilla on his youngest grandson's birthday.
Meghan Markle's latest Spotify podcast episode targets a word used to undermine both herself and the late Princess Diana.
Acclaimed author and former politician Jeffrey Archer tells Newsweek if Charles' coronation is "done properly it will be a benefit rather than a hindrance."
The musical tribute dedicated to the "powerhouse" monarch by singer songwriters Diana Vickers and Chiara Hunter has gained over half a million views.
Royal author Valentine Low told Newsweek, "The idea that the rest of the royal family were jealous of their success in Australia strikes me as risible."
A new book details how Harry wanted to "hijack this and get involved" with a veteran sports event after seeing it on a visit to the United States in 2013.
A new book by Valentine Low claims that Harry took "every single thing" he did "really seriously," but the "need for fights was there the whole time."
A TikTok video shows Princess Charlotte and Princess Anne, her great-aunt, at different times on Buckingham Palace's balcony.
The former president says he is "not a fan" of the Duchess of Sussex.
For Charles "to even entertain the idea" of stripping Archie and Lilibet's royal titles would be "a very miserly thing," Newsweek's "The Royal Report" has heard.
Prince Harry found out about Queen Elizabeth II's death more than three hours after it happened, following the official Buckingham Palace announcement.
Prince Harry's lawyers said "his family's security" was "not being given proper consideration" in court filings from a libel suit against a U.K. newspaper.
Author Shola Mos-Shogbamimu told Newsweek about Harry and Meghan's children: "If they were not to get prince and princess titles, that makes no sense to me."
Royal biographer Robert Jobson told Newsweek: "As Prince of Wales, he had intended to go to COP and make a big speech," but that as king, there may be conflict.
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.