Piers Morgan called for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to name the royal racist who commented on Archie's skin color—saying: "I don't want to be paying for a racist."
The magazine's world billionaire list for 2021 has been published, with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos once again claiming the top stop spot.
Queen Elizabeth II offered Meghan Markle the freedom to continue acting—but the duchess and Prince Harry did not give it enough thought, a royal author claims.
The former "Good Morning Britain" host says Princess Diana was his friend—though he has previously admitted his own mother told him to 'go a bit easier' on her.
How Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's most dramatic Oprah Winfrey interview claims fit against the timeline of their wider royal journey.
Kate Middleton's uncle suggested Meghan Markle had a "hissy fit" during a famous argument over flower girl dresses, which the Duchess of Sussex claims reduced her to tears.
The former CNN host has defended his criticism of the Duchess of Sussex while attacking her "very dangerous" racism accusations against the Royal Family.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's daughter will automatically get an aristocratic title at birth—even after the row over whether Archie will be a prince, the College of Arms says.
Harry will work alongside Rupert Murdoch's daughter-in-law tackling misinformation—but U.K. critics say his wife Meghan told a "fib" in their Oprah interview.
Queen Elizabeth II has backed a palace diversity drive amid acknowledgements 'more needs to be done'—but not everyone was encouraged by the move.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry told Oprah Winfrey they were married in private three days before their Windsor Castle ceremony—but records confirm the official event was the legally binding one.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince William are polling better in America than Prince Harry and Meghan Markle despite the tell-all Oprah Winfrey interview.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have triggered a debate about a royal "briefing war" with their celebrity friends on one side and unnamed sources on the other.
The tell-all with Oprah Winfrey has had material removed for British viewers following allegations the production company engaged in "deliberate distortion."
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are frustrated "that it's a racial conversation about the royal family" when they wanted a royal intervention to stop the press, Gayle King said.
Prince Harry has spoken to his brother Prince William and father Prince Charles since Meghan shocked the world with royal racism allegations—and CBS' Gayle King has provided an update.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Oprah Winfrey allegations have caused their U.K. approval ratings to nosedive while commentators fear some countries may axe Queen Elizabeth II as head of state.
The French satirical magazine sparked fury on Twitter with a cartoon showing Meghan Markle saying she 'couldn't breathe' as Queen Elizabeth II kneels on her neck.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have hit an all-time low after giving a bombshell interview in which they detailed allegations of racism against the royal family and Meghan Markle admitted to having suicidal thoughts.
Most British people want an investigation into Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's claims about the royal family after Queen Elizabeth II said she would address them privately.
Prince Harry told Oprah Winfrey the royals 'literally cut me off financially' but the vast majority of British people support the move, according to exclusive polling for Newsweek.
As much as 48 percent of Britain believes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex did their Oprah Winfrey interview as a means of promotion while 36 percent believe it was to defend themselves.
A quarter of Brits do not believe any of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Oprah claims while 45 percent believe only some and 21 percent believe them all, an exclusive Newsweek poll found.
It comes after ITV announced the TV show host would be stepping down from his role, after making controversial comments about Meghan Markle .
Prince William was asked whether the royals are a "racist family" during a visit to a school—in his first comments on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's tell-all interview.
Many people have questioned the claims made by Meghan and Harry, but some far-right conspiracy theorists are asking whether the interview actually happened at all.
Conservatives are arguing that the royal couple have played the "race card" to make a political point and in order portray themselves as victims.
Prince Harry's request for his police protection to be maintained based on "threat" rather than "status" represented a request to overhaul the rules to account for white nationalists.