Andrew’s PR guru resigned in protest at Andrew’s decision to do his BBC interview—and now he and the royals count the cost of it. Will it finally bring the law to his door?
Yes, Christmas is difficult. But Harry and Meghan’s decision to snub the Windsors by skipping Sandringham is a vivid sign of just how bad relations with his brother have become.
The coolest couple in royalty want you to know that they take this all very seriously, even on grandpa's birthday.
Harry has only missed Christmas at his grandmother’s country estate once in his life—when he was stationed in Afghanistan. Passing up this year’s invite is a seismic shift.
The recastings take some getting used to, but the series is as sumptuous and melodramatic as ever as it charges toward the royal family’s most notorious scandals. (Hi, Camilla.)
Prince Charles may have hung fake masterpieces on his castle walls. Plus, Helena Bonham Carter on Princess Margaret, and the young royals prepare to come face to face in public.
Just how will the retired army officers who, in popular imagination at least, make up the readership of British newspaper The Daily Telegraph, respond to Meghan’s therapy talk?