Virginia Giuffre claimed she was forced to have sexual encounters with billionaires, politicians, royals and heads of state because of Ghislaine Maxwell.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's romance provoked an unusual response from the editor of the U.K. tabloid that first broke the story in 2016.
A BBC documentary about Prince William and Prince Harry has triggered a war of words with the royal family, weeks after a separate argument over Princess Diana.
Meghan Markle instructed her lawyer to tell an explosive new documentary how media stories framing her as a difficult boss "were false."
Charles wants his wife to have the highest title but questions remains about whether "the other woman" will be named queen.
God save the Queen—because it looks like it could be a royal mess for the family once Elizabeth II is gone.
A Duchess of Sussex troll has been accused of "blackfishing" in order to abuse Meghan on social media.
Prince Andrew's accuser would be involved in Ghislaine Maxwell's case if the F.B.I believed her evidence "could be stood up at trial," Maxwell's brother said.
Meghan Markle apologized for misleading a court in the same week as several high-profile public appearances—but U.S. media mentions were predominantly negative.
Prince Harry and Prince William's royal rift is being examined in a new documentary which has already ruffled feathers at the palace prior to broadcast.
Meghan Markle was trolled by a "middle-aged white woman" who posed as a Black woman, according to a data analyst who vowed to expose "digital blackface."
Only one of the four young royals is disliked by a majority of the British public, according to polling conducted for Newsweek.
Prince William would be a preferred choice for next king ahead of Prince Charles for the majority of Brits—challenging Monarchy's rigid rules on succession.
The royals have been too secretive about Queen Elizabeth II's recent health scare in the eyes of nearly half of Brits, polling for Newsweek shows.
Meghan Markle's private messages would only have been revealed by her former aide with Prince William's permission, according to the Queen's former staffer.
"Goodness me, she put a rocket under practically everything frankly, from the royal family to this program," Good Morning Britain's Susanna Reid said.
Queen Elizabeth II was back at work today, days after pulling out of a major royal event with a back sprain.
Queen Elizabeth II mentioned her late husband Prince Philip as she appeared to reflect on her decades on the throne in an address for the Church of England.
Meghan Markle apology for misleading a court will boost critics, including Piers Morgan—but she may still win, experts have told Newsweek.
Prince Andrew should be investigated by the U.K. Parliament over a $2 million loan repaid by a financier friend linked to the bank, an ex-minister says.
Prince Harry said "policymakers" should act on his Aspen Institute report which also called for Congress to fund an independent body to counter misinformation.
Ghislaine Maxwell told a newspaper of her experiences in a New York jail ahead of jury selection in her Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking trial.
Duchess of Sussex emailed an aide to say "how personally frustrating I find the 'stylist' narrative," hinting at issues raised in her Oprah Winfrey interview.
The service was widely expected to be the 95-year-old monarch's first public appearance after canceling events in recent weeks..
Meghan Markle accused the royals of constantly "berating" Prince Harry about her father and named Prince Charles among those to raise the issue, a court heard.
A photo circulating online this week shows Kate Middleton seemingly toasting Jason Knauf in celebration.
Meghan Markle says she had a miscarriage within days of a blow in her tabloid privacy lawsuit and later feared she would lose daughter Lilibet too.
The Duchess of Sussex was forced to apologize after a former staffer revealed her private messages—16 months after she launched her own attack on the palace.
Meghan Markle told a lawsuit the paparazzi had been "endangering" mother Doria Ragland's "safety while she was driving," in a haunting echo of Princess Diana.