Less than two weeks after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle issued a controversial statement announcing they were “stepping back as senior members of the Royal Family," Fox has scheduled a one-hour special investigating the royal crisis which has ensued. Titled "Harry & Meghan: The Royals in Crisis," the investigation comes from TMZ and features more […]
British tabloid the Daily Mail published the texts at the center of the royals' lawsuit against its sister paper.
Buckingham Palace confirmed Tuesday that the Duchess of Sussex wasn't involved in this week's talks.
“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.
The Duke of Cambridge reportedly told a friend he's "sad" after his brother announced he would be stepping back from the royal family.
The Sussexes say they want "financial independence"—and that their publicly-funded security is still mandated by the U.K. government. Is that true?
Harry and Meghan are said to have ‘blindsided’ the Royal Family with their announcement that they plan to step away from roles as senior royals.
Buckingham Palace has said the Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge had instructed their aides to work “at pace”, with an outcome expected in “days, not weeks”.
The decision by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to quit life as senior royals surprised the world on Wednesday night. It is understood the royal couple had just begun talks with the Queen and Charles about their future roles when they made their decision to go public . The mood at Buckingham Palace is understood to be one of disappointment while the BBC has reported that senior royals have been "hurt" by the announcement. Read more from Yahoo News UK: School urges parents to put their phones down and smile at their kids One in five Brits believe aliens are already living on Earth Father of UK’s worst rapist says son’s punishment ‘fits his crimes’ Britain’s newspapers had their say on ‘Megxit’ this morning - and several front pages feature blistering attacks on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Not a single paper was sympathetic to Harry and Meghan, although some were more reserved in their views, arguing the desire for less scrutiny by splitting their time on both sides of the Atlantic is understandable, especially since the birth of son Archie. Others are more scathing.
Amid negative media attention, the couple will split their time between the U.K. and North America while working to "become financially independent."