The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have had an explosive start to the year with reports of separate conflicts with the media and the U.K. government.
Amid reports of hostility between Trump and DeSanits, a spokesperson for the Republican governor told Newsweek such talk is a "fabricated media narrative."
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry previously launched six lawsuits in just more than a year—but did not bring any new cases in 2021.
Meghan Markle has been awarded $1.36 for breach of privacy in a case that exposed her personal messages—but she will get another sum for copyright infringement.
The downward trajectory of CNN Turk's editorial policies, along with its hate content, show that CNN's sister network is now a platform that engages in conspiracy theories, antisemitic tropes and racist rhetoric.
Kate Middleton is preparing to host a royal Christmas carol service tied to an argument over a documentary about the rift between Prince William and Harry.
The Fox Nation personality has not been seen on TV since her comments last Monday, and the network has remained mum on the matter.
The former president railed against the mainstream media, calling them "crooked b*****ds" in a speech at his Mar-a-Lago resort on Saturday.
Meghan Markle won a two-year privacy battle—but the tabloid she sued may appeal again.
Meghan Markle's private messages exposed by a former aide forced her into an embarrassing apology—but she still won her tabloid lawsuit.
The Duchess of Sussex issued a lengthy statement after winning a two-year tabloid privacy lawsuit that at one stage left her fearing she would lose a pregnancy.
Prince William told reporters "interpret this as a group hug," weeks after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry started suing newspapers, according to a documentary.
Accusations Meghan Markle bullied her staff were not leaked with Prince William's approval, according to the journalist who broke the story.
Meghan Markle's lawyer told a bombshell documentary a "senior palace source" wanted to "defeat" her privacy lawsuit against a U.K. tabloid.
Yang called Chappelle, who supported the businessman during his failed presidential campaign, a "great guy."
A Prince Harry and Prince William documentary could damage the BBC's coverage of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee after it was denounced by the royal family.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's romance provoked an unusual response from the editor of the U.K. tabloid that first broke the story in 2016.
A BBC documentary about Prince William and Prince Harry has triggered a war of words with the royal family, weeks after a separate argument over Princess Diana.
Meghan Markle instructed her lawyer to tell an explosive new documentary how media stories framing her as a difficult boss "were false."
Meghan Markle apologized for misleading a court in the same week as several high-profile public appearances—but U.S. media mentions were predominantly negative.
Prince Harry and Prince William's royal rift is being examined in a new documentary which has already ruffled feathers at the palace prior to broadcast.
Meghan Markle's private messages would only have been revealed by her former aide with Prince William's permission, according to the Queen's former staffer.
Matt Hellyer, an ex-SAS soldier, said a Maxwell lookalike was sent to Paris to act as a media decoy while she was in hiding over Jeffrey Epstein accusations.
Meghan Markle apology for misleading a court will boost critics, including Piers Morgan—but she may still win, experts have told Newsweek.
Duchess of Sussex emailed an aide to say "how personally frustrating I find the 'stylist' narrative," hinting at issues raised in her Oprah Winfrey interview.
Meghan Markle accused the royals of constantly "berating" Prince Harry about her father and named Prince Charles among those to raise the issue, a court heard.
Meghan Markle says she had a miscarriage within days of a blow in her tabloid privacy lawsuit and later feared she would lose daughter Lilibet too.
The Duchess of Sussex was forced to apologize after a former staffer revealed her private messages—16 months after she launched her own attack on the palace.
Meghan Markle told a lawsuit the paparazzi had been "endangering" mother Doria Ragland's "safety while she was driving," in a haunting echo of Princess Diana.