Harry's standing ovation from the Invictus Games community shows he still enjoys the popularity with them that he used to have with the British public.
The Princess of Wales received a surprise reaction when shown on stadium screens during a Rugby World Cup game between England and Argentina on Saturday.
Exclusive polling for Newsweek shows Meghan Markle still has work to do to get back in America's good books.
Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast has discussed the impact of Harry's legal setback in July in his phone-hacking case against a British tabloid publisher.
With Meghan's post-royal Hollywood career facing highs and lows, an entertainment expert has told Newsweek that the duchess must start making positive progress.
With writers and actors striking against Hollywood's studios, Harry and Meghan should reflect on their media industry moves, experts tell Newsweek.
Kate Middleton is America's favorite living royal but Prince William and Prince Harry are more famous than their wives, according to a new poll.
Prince Harry has marked a major milestone in his recovery from a disastrous start to 2023—but still lags behind Kate Middleton, according to new polling.
The retail chain's popularity dipped to its lowest since tracking began in 2020, new figures show, after facing calls for a boycott over its LGBTQ+ Pride range.
Polling from YouGov followed reports that Meghan and Prince Harry had been involved in a "near catastrophic" car chase, a description that has been questioned.
Anti-racism and Black Lives Matter activist, Imarn Ayton, told a U.K. morning show that Harry and Meghan have caused their own publicity problems.
Americans believe Prince Harry made the right decision in giving evidence against U.K. tabloids but many feel the issue does not matter to them.
"I think win or lose Prince Harry is always going to be the center of media attention, both in the U.K. and abroad," said courts correspondent Tristan Kirk.
Harry told the High Court that tabloid reporting could have led strangers to think: "I've read all the stories about you and now I'm now going to stab you."
Americans have backed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle over their battle with the paparazzi in New York. according to exclusive Newsweek polling.
The motorcycle manufacturer has unwittingly landed in the crosshairs of boycotters via a new consumer campaign.
The Duchess of Sussex recorded her first positive approval rating in four months of polling for Newsweek—though she still lags behind other royals.
Celebrity stylist Miranda Holder gave a full and frank assessment of Meghan's style direction on Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast.
Harry and Meghan attended the Lakers v. Grizzlies game on Monday night, while William and Kate watched a Celtics game during their recent visit to Boston.
The 2024 election could be between two challengers who are almost equally unpopular among American voters.
As Charles and Camilla prepare for their crowning at Westminster Abbey on May 6, their popularity among Americans has increased.
According to new polling for Newsweek, William is more popular in the U.S. now than before Harry's memoir revelations and Netflix show.
A new poll suggests over half the British population doesn't care about the coronation and 48 percent are unlikely to watch it on TV.
Harry and Meghan's popularity in the U.S. has increased for the first time since the release of a bombshell Netflix show and memoir, a new poll shows.
Polling for Newsweek shows that some royals are more popular in the U.S. now than before Harry and Meghan's allegation-packed Netflix show and memoir release.
According to new data, William remains one of Britain's most popular living royals—despite recent allegations from the prince's younger brother.