William and Kate are set to travel to the US later this year for The Earthshot Prize.
It should have been an opportunity to outline how the UK's future king will reshape the monarchy, instead it became the latest round of a very public slanging match.
The Labour leader acknowledged adding that Prince William 'could have gone further' after he failed to apologise for Britain's role in the slave trade
Here's how the papers reacted to William and Kate's diplomatic mission to Ireland, and Harry and Meghan back together in the UK.
The Duke of Cambridge urged the two nations to put the wrongs of the past behind them.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are making their first official tour through Ireland, shortly after Brexit.
William and Kate have been asked to travel to Ireland by the Foreign Office.
The pop star met the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at a reception for the BBC Radio 1 Teen Hero Awards.
Kate and William met Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha's family during a poignant walkabout.
Thai billionaire Mr Srivaddhanaprabha tragically died in a helicopter crash along with four others.
The Duke of Cambridge has been on a private working visit to Africa.
The Duke of Cambridge joined the rangers in the Kunene region.
Prince William unveiled the tribute to Major Frank Foley in Mary Stevens Park, in Stourbridge.
They say children are always bluntly honest.
The Duke of Cambridge launched the initiative "Mental Health at Work" at The Engine Shed in Bristol
The Duke of Cambridge met with representatives of United for Wildlife to observe their work at Heathrow Airport.
A hero Battle of Britain pilot who once told a ‘dirty story’ to the Duke of Cambridge has died at the age of 99. Ken Wilkinson was one of the last surviving Spitfire pilots from the World War Two battle and was among those famously dubbed “The Few” by Winston Churchill. The chartered surveyor, from Solihull, Birmingham, died on Monday, according to the Battle of Britain Memorial Trust (BBMT).
The Queen and Duke of Cambridge have visited victims of the Grenfell Tower fire. The Royals visited Westway Sports Centre, which is being used as a relief centre to help those affected by the blaze. There they met with volunteers, residents and community representatives at the centre, which is near the remains of the west London tower block.
For Prince William, that dressing down came from a very unlikely source - the Queen. The future king revealed in a new BBC documentary to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday that his grandmother once gave him an “almighty b*****king” when he was a nipper. Recalling the time he and cousins Zara and Peter Phillips were riding a quad bike at Balmoral, William said: “We were chasing Zara around who was on a go-cart, and Peter and I managed to herd Zara into a lamppost.
Prince George looks delighted to be a part of his first Royal Mail postage stamp - beaming gloriously as he poses with four generations of the House of Windsor. Looking perfectly at ease in the shot, the future king is also standing next to The Queen and Prince Charles for the shot by photographer Ronald Mackechnie, who captured the moment at Buckingham Palace in summer 2015. Mackechnie had the challenge of ensuring the royals’ heads were all roughly the same height for technical reasons - but toddler George was too short when stood next to his seated relatives.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have touched down in Mumbai for their royal tour of India and Bhutan. The royal couple kicked off their first day with a cricket match and a glittering Bollywood gala dinner, as well as paying their respects to those who lost their lives in the Mumbai terror attacks at the Taj Palace Hotel. Kate and William, who have been nicknamed WillKat by Indian media, also met children from local slums. They will travel around the country for a further three days before continuing on to Bhutan
The Duke of Cambridge and his former flame are proving they're still friendly exes.
It’s no secret that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are big tennis fans. The new tennis court will replace the already existing court at Anmer Hall, which has fallen into disrepair, and will be built 36ft away from the original to “improve the views” from the 10-bedroom home, according to The Daily Mail. The site of the original tennis court is to be turned into part of the back garden, which can’t be seen from the public road.