Queen Elizabeth II said 'seemingly insurmountable obstacles' can create 'technologies that change the world' and called for government action on climate change.
Meghan Markle and her father have not spoken since her wedding, but Thomas Markle told British TV viewers about a lesser-known source of friction between them.
Prince Charles only went back to ex-girlfriend Camilla Parker-Bowles after Princess Diana cheated on him, according to the policeman who discovered her affair.
Prince Harry will miss a party in Princess Diana's honor to thank the financial backers of a statue he unveiled with Prince William in London.
Prince William took risky moves to promote his climate change prize—echoing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's more challenging style.
Prince Andrew and Alan Dershowitz were both accused of Jeffrey Epstein-related sexual abuse but allegations against the attorney were dropped.
Meghan Markle's bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview is being used to teach children at a London private school about white privilege.
Jeffrey Epstein's former lover received "pervasive, vitriolic, and extreme" press coverage requiring secrecy around jury selection, her lawyers argue.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's "clever" ethical investment partnership "could be deadly from a brand perspective," a reputation expert tells Newsweek.
Harry and Meghan sparked more discussion in one day than Prince William and Kate Middleton did in all of September, according to research for Newsweek.
The royal said great minds should instead focus on 'trying to repair this planet'—a day after William Shatner took Jeff Bezos' sub-orbital rocket.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's net favorability reached an all-time low in August, but has rallied after a high-profile tour of New York.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's latest roles at an ethical investment firm are evidence they approach making a positive impact differently to Prince William.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have launched more than 10 projects since leaving the royal family—including new positions at an ethical investor.
Queen Elizabeth II was seen using a walking stick for her comfort for the first time at an event marking 100 years of a major veterans charity.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's christening for daughter Lilibet has been the subject of speculation over a possible return to Britain.
Prince Harry and Prince William's shared experience of Princess Diana's death will bring them back together, their mother's biographer told Newsweek.
Prince Harry is still "scarred" by the paparazzi treatment of Princess Diana—but he and Meghan got an "easy ride" by comparison, Andrew Morton told Newsweek.
Prince Charles gave a glimpse inside a wood he dedicated to his grandson Prince George in an interview about climate change and political protest.
Prince Andrew is accused of raping a 17-year-old in a U.S. civil lawsuit—but British police say they will not investigate the allegations.
Queen Elizabeth II is under pressure to cut ties with Dubai's ruler after a court ruled he hacked his ex-wife and Prince Charles' former lawyer.
Prince Harry's eco-tourism initiative Travalyst partnered with Google last month and already the tech giant is helping consumers choose low carbon options.
Queen Elizabeth II praised U.K. newspaper "The Times" seven months after it broke the story Meghan Markle has been accused of bullying her staff.
Prince Andrew will be shown a document that his team says will sink Virginia Giuffre's lawsuit against him.
Meghan Markle was pictured at dinner, lunch and beauty treatments during her royal imprisonment but British newspapers turned down the images, a biography says.
Prince Harry was frustrated that "no matter how popular" he and Meghan Markle were his "ambitions did not match Prince Charles's budget," a biography says.
Grisham said the couple saw themselves as a "shadow president and first lady" during Trump's presidency.
Meghan Markle bought Kate Middleton a present to thank her for support in the run up to the royal wedding—despite a famous argument over bridesmaid dresses, according to a biography.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry "ruffled feathers" leaving some royals and palace staff "quietly" pleased when they quit their duties, according to a biography.