The long running, high rolling legal drama was back in court in London on Monday.
A Spanish royal crisis is brewing over allegations of an affair, with businessman Jaime del Burgo claiming to have photographs, videos, and cellphones to support his claims.
Ndileka Mandela says Harry and Meghan must be allowed to follow their own paths, like her grandfather did.
High-level palace talks set to happen with William wanting “action,” Dutch version of “Endgame” trashes “heartless” William, and a high society wedding snub for Harry and Meghan.
The royals are resisting the temptation to comment on the race row. And early signs are that the strategy is working.
Piers Morgan defended his naming of King Charles and Kate Middleton as the alleged “royal racists,” spoke up for them, attacked Omid Scobie—then got a taste of his own medicine.
Asked if he wanted to apologize to the royal family, Omid Scobie told BBC’s “Newsnight” program, “It’s not for me to apologize because I still want to know what’s happened.”