The Duchess of Sussex felt "proud" to see Queen Elizabeth II pose with baby Archie because he is her first biracial grandchild, a new biography reveals.
The Duchess of Sussex will celebrate turning 39 with a quiet family day in Los Angeles with Prince Harry and baby Archie, a friend tells Newsweek.
The Duchess of Cambridge opened up her family photo album to pay tribute to her grandmother's inspiring work as a volunteer nurse during World War II.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip will begin their summer holiday in early August having been given the all clear to travel to Scotland, Buckingham Palace confirmed today.
Queen Elizabeth II's palaces are launching a new Buckingham Palace gin with profits helping to prop up threatened jobs at her royal residences.
Queen Elizabeth II's royal palaces will reopen within weeks but may still lose out on millions of U.S. tourists even as they face mass layoffs and a $37 million hole in finances.
Queen Elizabeth II's palaces face $37 million financial black hole caused by coronavirus with mass job cuts feared.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been accused of upsetting Queen Elizabeth II after speaking out about the British Empire but Newsweek has learned the palace were told in advance.
Queen Elizabeth II should follow the lead of Belgium's king and acknowledge Britain's colonial past, experts tell Newsweek.
Queen Elizabeth II's silence on Black Lives Matter has split opinion in Britain, with young people taking the view that she should speak out, exclusive polling for Newsweek reveals.
Queen Elizabeth II watched Royal Ascot from home for the first time in her 68-year reign due to the coronavirus pandemic as other royals returned to work today.
Queen Elizabeth II should "do such a great service" by speaking out on the death of George Floyd after Meghan Markle's speech Black Lives Matter speech, Elaine Lui tells Newsweek.
Queen Elizabeth II said she was "very glad" to join her first video conference call as she spoke to carers struggling to look after loved ones during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Duke of Edinburgh turned 99 today in isolation at Windsor Castle with his wife Queen Elizabeth II. Here are pictures of the royal couple over the years.
Queen Elizabeth II was photographed horse riding just as many British parents prepared to send limited numbers of children back to school and royal insiders tell Newsweek the timing is "helpful."
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been making trips to the Buckingham Palace grounds for exercise while recovering from coronavirus after Queen Elizabeth II gave her blessing.
The royal family face a reported $21.7 million loss of income from COVID-19 because social distancing rules have forced palaces to close to tourists.
Queen Elizabeth II left her children and grandchildren to face the frustration of video conference calling while she reached for her trusty telephone.
Queen Elizabeth II will not be seen in public until fall at the earliest but experts tell Newsweek not to "write her off" as she will be "longing to get back to work."
Queen Elizabeth II will give a special broadcast for VE Day at the exact time her father George VI marked the defeat of the Nazis 75 years ago today.
Queen Elizabeth II will address her nation while other royals ring veterans and Prince Charles reads an extract from his grandfather's diary for the VE Day 75th anniversary.
Prince Harry praises the "friendship and teamwork" shown by Thomas the Tank Engine as he talks of "fond memories" growing up with the popular animated children's TV show.
The official list of weird and wonderful presents given to the royal family last year is out, with Donald Trump and Archbishop Desmond Tutu both making an appearance.
Queen Elizabeth II reveals she is praying for the people of Canada after at least 19 died in an "appalling" shooting rampage in Nova Scotia.
The Queen's birthday is "just another day for her" and after speaking to family she may get back to her government paperwork, former press secretary Dickie Arbiter tells Newsweek.
The Duke of Edinburgh has been away from public life for almost three years, but was "moved" to issue a rare statement by the hard work of medics, scientists and key workers.
A majority of Britons approved of Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family's response to the coronavirus pandemic, an exclusive Newsweek poll revealed.
London's Piccadilly Circus has been taken over by Queen Elizabeth II as her coronavirus message is displayed on the famous screens in a first for the monarch.
Three generations of the royal family have sent best wishes to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, with messages from Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Prince William.
The queen followed up her rousing Sunday night broadcast with a message of thanks for the "dedication" of health care workers across the globe.