Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are said to have "no plans" to return to social media after being trolled online.
Meghan Markle spent 2020 breaking free from the royal family and using her platform to speak out on racism, politics and the heartbreak of miscarriage.
Jameela Jamil, Gabrielle Union and more came to the Duchess of Sussex's defense.
Bette Midler, Jameela Jamil and David Simon have come to the duchess's defense.
The 'GMB' presenter has launched yet another rant against the couple ahead of the release of unofficial biography 'Finding Freedom'.
After stepping down from his role as a senior royal last month and relocating to Los Angeles with Meghan Markle and their 11-month old son, Archie, they are making the most of their time together — and doing what they can to give back.
The royal couple issued a statement saying they "have no plans" to take money from the U.S. government after Trump tweeted that "they must pay."
The Duchess of Sussex should have stayed and fought racism in Britain, says a womanist philosopher.
The couple had attempted to trademark their moniker Sussex Royal but now it looks like they might not be able to use it at all.
"The royals owe me. Harry owes me, Meghan owes me. What I've been through I should be rewarded for," Thomas Markle said in the documentary.
Thomas Markle is set to discuss his relationship with Meghan in the Channel 5 documentary.
British tabloid the Daily Mail published the texts at the center of the royals' lawsuit against its sister paper.
The Duchess of Sussex, 38, visited the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre in Vancouver yesterday.
The newspaper and its parent company, Associated Newspapers, are accused of unlawfully publishing a letter from the duchess to her father.
“We respect and understand their wish,” Queen Elizabeth II said of Harry and Meghan's period of transition away from full-time royal life.
"All we can do, and all I can do, is try and support them," Prince William reportedly told a friend of his brother's plans to limit his royal role.