A spokesperson for the Duke of Sussex also rubbished claims he has signed a four-book deal with his publishers.
Prince Harry should use his tell-all memoir to explain the context of his bombshell Oprah Winfrey allegations—and mend the royal rift, an expert tells Newsweek.
The Duke of Sussex polls less well than his uncle among people born from 1946 to 1964—despite Andrew's former friendship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Prince Harry could cover many topics in his memoir—from which royal discussed his child's race, to feeling 'helpless' in combat and the rift with Prince William.
The Duke of Sussex is writing a tell-all book, but news of the deal leaked to The New York Post, leaving Harry to make quick calls to the royal family.
Prince Harry's memoir is due the same year Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 70 years of her reign but could attack the royals—sparking a dilemma for the monarch.
Officials also suggested Clinton and British Prime Minister Tony Blair could take part in a jamming session.
Queen Elizabeth II's appearance for the Queen's Commonwealth Trust had a very different tone to Harry and Meghan's comments on the British Empire last year.
The queen, whose husband of 73 years died in April, will soon leave for her Scottish estate where the royal family has spent summers together for decades.
Queen Elizabeth II's household also oversaw cuts to 165 jobs at the charity that manages tourist visits at several royal residences across the UK.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's interview with Oprah Winfrey has been nominated for an Emmy after attacks on its credibility in the U.K.
"Our African ancestors were forcibly removed from their home and suffered unparalleled atrocities in Africa to carry out forced labor to the benefit of the British Empire," Culture Minister Olivia Grange said.
The Royal Family may have a fight on their hands as anti-monarchy campaigners launch a billboard campaign targeting future King Charles.
Meghan and Harry wanted their own household but were denied by Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth II, according to a documentary.
Demonstrations are taking place against the country's residential schools system where thousands of Indigenous children were abused.
Queen Elizabeth II's household has released its first ethnic diversity figures and conceded more could be done—three months after Meghan Markle accused the royal family of racism.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's tell-all interview sent the royals into a 40-hour "crisis"—but forced Queen Elizabeth II to confront "an essential truth," a new book states.
British royals grow up in palaces and castles among perfectly manicured gardens and acres of land at their estates across the U.K.
Queen Elizabeth II's daughter-in-law was overcome with emotion sharing her memories of Prince Philip during a TV interview.
Peter Philips has settled his divorce wife Autumn three months after playing a key role in Prince Philip's funeral.
The Duchess of Sussex is more respected than the Duchess of Cambridge, but less than Queen Elizabeth II, among young Brits, according to a rare poll that includes some under 18s.
The president breached royal protocol by not removing his sunglasses to greet Queen Elizabeth II—here are some of the other U.S. presidents to slip up during a royal get together.
Her first meeting with Joe Biden and her G7 appearance helped push the news agenda beyond a briefing war between Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and the palace.
The U.S. president did not remove his sunglasses when he met Queen Elizabeth II in what a former royal butler told Newsweek is a breach of protocol.
The royal gaffe was spotted by Twitter users after Biden didn't remove his glasses while exchanging words with the queen.
Joe Biden will become the 13th president to meet Queen Elizabeth II during her reign when he has tea at Windsor Castle—only one U.S. leader missed out.