Queen Elizabeth II's husband had a difficult childhood as his family fled Greece when he was 18 months and after his death daughter Princess Anne today said he "was virtually a refugee."
Queen Elizabeth II will spend eight days in mourning after Prince Philip died today—as experts tell Newsweek how aides have worked on funeral plans for years.
The death of Queen Elizabeth II's husband has prompted world leaders, celebrities and more are sharing messages of condolences.
Queen Elizabeth II's former press secretary tells Newsweek the 94-year-old monarch will feel her husband's loss particularly strongly.
The Duke of Edinburgh, who has died aged 99, helped his wife through her toughest times—from the death of her father to the fire at Windsor Castle.
Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, has been described by Queen Elizabeth II as her "strength and stay" through 73 years of marriage.
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.
Queen Elizabeth II's grandson Peter Phillips travelled 460 miles to Scotland to visit a family friend—though a spokesperson tells Newsweek it was 'on business.'
Queen Elizabeth II has a "very bonny" new great-grandson after Zara Tindall gave birth to a baby boy "very quickly" on her bathroom floor, her husband announced.
Queen Elizabeth II has backed a palace diversity drive amid acknowledgements 'more needs to be done'—but not everyone was encouraged by the move.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince William are polling better in America than Prince Harry and Meghan Markle despite the tell-all Oprah Winfrey interview.
Queen Elizabeth II showed her commitment to racial diversity when she danced with Ghana's president in 1961—at the height of the civil rights movement in America.
Queen Elizabeth II is set to see her husband again after he left hospital following a month in which he had heart surgery and treatment to an infection.
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.
The royal family has a long history of racism scandals from Prince Philip's gaffe's to a Nazi sympathetic king, a Blackamoor brooch and Prince Andrew's jokes about camels.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal racism claims have not been licensed in 12 Caribbean and Indian Ocean nations where Queen Elizabeth II is head of state.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal racism allegations will leave suspicion hanging over Britain's next two heads of state unless the accused is named by the palace, campaigners say.
The couple have a famously frosty relationship with the British press—evident in the six lawsuits launched and the onslaught of alleged attacks against Meghan since the pair began dating in 2016.
Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton will also feature in the U.K. show to be broadcast just hours before Harry and Meghan's tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.
CBS executives have not sent the royal family a preview tape of the interview set to air on Sunday, according to a British tabloid.
The Duke of Edinburgh is resting after surgery, raising the prospect his treatment may last until Harry and Meghan's interview airs on Sunday.
Queen Elizabeth II's husband is now being treated for an infection and undergoing testing for a pre-existing heart condition, this time at an NHS hospital.
Queen Elizabeth II has described getting the coronavirus vaccination—saying "it was very quick"—as husband Prince Philip spends his tenth day in hospital.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's 90-minute interview with Oprah Winfrey will air shortly after a message from Queen Elizabeth II is broadcast in Britain.
Husband of the Queen confirmed as suffering from an infection, as his son Prince Edward says: "We keep our fingers crossed."
Queen Elizabeth II's cousin has been jailed for 10 months for sexually assaulting a 26-year-old guest at his ancestral home, where the Queen Mother was raised.
Prince Harry has lost military titles and together with Meghan Markle a series of royal patronages—as Queen Elizabeth II rules "stepping away" is not compatible with public service.
Queen Elizabeth II's husband is into his third day at a luxurious London hospital where patients are 'spoilt for choice' with a full English breakfast and three course dinner.