The Duchess of Sussex tells her newspaper privacy case why she stopped sending money to her father Thomas Markle after four years of payments.
Charities for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and Prince William and Kate Middleton have defended the movement of more than $350,000 following the breakdown of relations between the brothers.
Prince Harry and Prince William have seen their charity foundations reported over the way money was moved when Harry and Meghan Markle went their separate way.
Prince Andrew has still not been seen in photos of his daughter's wedding — despite walking her down the aisle — as he faces an ongoing stand-off with prosecutors over his Jeffrey Epstein evidence.
Though Prince Andrew, a friend of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, was not seen in any released photos from the event, Buckingham Palace confirmed he walked Princess Beatrice down the aisle.
The Duke of York's official web page has been taken down and now redirects to a section of the royal family site with a link to his resignation statement over Jeffrey Epstein.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's carbon footprint may be around 26 times the average Briton's, according to research by a former government minister.
While awaiting her Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse trial, Ghislaine Maxwell spends 23 hours each day inside her cell at a "very difficult" jail with a history of abuse and corrupt staff.
Ghislaine Maxwell should not have a cellmate because she is a "target" for other inmates who could be paid to attack her, an ex-warden at her jail tells Newsweek.
Prince William has warned the world must learn why the coronavirus outbreak was "not stopped sooner" as he backed a World Health Organization investigation that has been on the ground in China.
From an eccentric fascinator to running the London Marathon in a green tutu, we take a look at Princess Beatrice—Queen Elizabeth II's granddaughter and 9th in line to the throne.
The Duchess of Sussex has urged young female leaders of the future to "drown out" the "painfully loud" negative voices following months of arguments with the British media.
The Duke of York must tell the FBI what he knows about Jeffrey Epstein or he may never be able to "hold his head up in public again," a royal biographer says.
Meghan Markle will tell an audience of aspiring women about female empowerment at the 2020 Girl Up Leadership Summit today—here's how to watch her speech.
The Duchess of Cambridge has backed a set of tips for parents, saying she wishes the "gold dust" advice was available when Prince George was a baby.
Queen Elizabeth II's palaces are launching a new Buckingham Palace gin with profits helping to prop up threatened jobs at her royal residences.
Ben Mulroney says the Duchess of Sussex has not been ignoring his wife Jessica Mulroney's calls since her argument with a black influencer about race.
The Duchess of Sussex wants a judge to rule the names of five friends who defended her in an anonymous magazine interview should be kept secret, but experts tell Newsweek the court may disagree.
Meghan Markle says a U.K. tabloid wants to name five friends who defended her for "clickbait and commercial gain" but the Mail on Sunday has dismissed the allegation.
The Duchess of Sussex's five close friends who defended amid a media storm about her relationship with her father are seen as "potential witnesses" by her lawyers, a source tells Newsweek.
The Duchess of Sussex has accused the 'Mail on Sunday' of trying to create a "circus" for "clickbait" by publishing the names of five friends who defended her in anonymous magazine interviews.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's call for the Commonwealth to "acknowledge the past" has triggered an argument in Britain about empire.
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.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex turned their backs on royalty this year. Here's what they have embraced in place of the monarchy.
The Duke of Sussex has chosen to have funds donated in memory of his mother, Princess Diana, channeled to a special cause operating in a place he calls his "second home."
The Duchess of Sussex will talk female empowerment at the same virtual summit as her friends, former first lady Michelle Obama and actress Priyanka Chopra.
"For those who have been affected by HIV and AIDS, the examples of resilience within one's self and within the community, have been felt and fostered for decades."
Queen Elizabeth II's palaces face $37 million financial black hole caused by coronavirus with mass job cuts feared.
The Duke of York reportedly inspired "discomfort" in a lobbyist known for working with controversial clients from governments with poor human rights records.
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.