An anonymous paparazzo tells Yahoo UK of the differences between celebrity life in California and royal life in London.
If the Queen was to contract coronavirus, her son Prince Andrew and grandson Prince Harry could be called on to represent her.
The satirical show is returning to ridicule a new crop of famous faces as it makes a comeback on BritBox UK.
Prince Harry's patronage page had to be hastily updated after it was spotted that the link to Dolen Cymru took users to a porn site.
PR expert Andy Barr says the couple may have to be more careful about what they say during life after the Royal Family.
Madonna has offered to sublet her £5.5 million apartment in New York City to the Sussexes, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Thomas Markle told Prince Harry that the photos of him getting measured for a wedding suit were not staged.
George Bamby says the couple's bid for independence has driven a demand for photos that seems to be generating its own paparazzi industry.
Experts warn that while global demand for pictures of the royal couple remains, they will struggle to keep their lives private.
Thomas Markle is set to discuss his relationship with Meghan in the Channel 5 documentary.
Peter Phillips, the Queen’s grandson, is seen advertising Jersey Cattle milk in a Mandarin-language advert.
Piers Morgan has been a vocal critic of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle but Susanna has clearly had enough
The actor told Talk Radio that he did not expect his remarks to create as much controversy as they did.
The Duke of York was forced to scale down his royal role after his disastrous 'Newsnight' interview last year.
Samantha Markle, who has regularly attacked the Duchess of Sussex in the media, said she felt Meghan was unhappy with public criticism.
Nick Ede said Thomas Markle's possible appearance as a witness is a 'terrible PR own goal' for Harry and Meghan.
The Labour leader defended the couple after they were criticised for their decision to step back as senior royals.
The messages have been published by the Daily Mail ahead of The Duke and Duchess of Sussexes' legal case against its sister paper.
The newspapers’ front pages are dominated by the Queen’s decision to allow Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to break away from the Royal Family.Following crunch talks at Sandringham on Monday, the Queen gave her backing to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their desire to step back from their senior royal roles.While she made it clear she wished the couple would remain full-time working members of the Royal Family, the Queen gave them her blessing.The Sun sums up the Queen’s decision with the headline: “Orf you go”.In an editorial, the newspaper says the Queen may have made the “biggest mistake of her long reign”.It called Prince Harry and Ms Markle’s demands “selfish” and “petulant”.Read moreQueen's regret as Harry and Meghan told they can live independentlyBeing half in and half out of the Royal Family 'isn't an option for Harry and Meghan'Prince William says he can no longer 'put his arm around' HarryThe Daily Telegraph’s front page headline referred to the “Queen’s reluctant farewell”.In its editorial, the newspaper praised the Queen for taking a “firm grip on the situation”, calling her statement “sensible and businesslike”.In the Telegraph cartoon, Matt depicted a court jester leaving the talks at Sandringham with the caption, “Wow, tough crowd”.Metro’s front page headline read simply: “You can go your own way”, while the Daily Mail said: “Go... if you must”.The Times reported on the “transition period” agreed with the Queen which will allow the couple to divide their time between the UK and Canada.In its front page headline, The Daily Express said the “gracious” Queen had granted Harry his wish.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced last week that they intend to step back as senior royals, and plan to live between the UK and North America.
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.