Throughout Wimbledon's history, from Princess Diana to Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, royals have put their best fashion foot forward.
The princes both acknowledged the 2022 Diana Awards separately, with William sending a congratulatory letter and Harry opening the proceedings with a speech.
As speculation about William and brother Prince Harry's relationship grows, he praised Diana Award recipients for continuing his mother's legacy.
The portrait by Nelson Shanks was painted during the most turbulent period of the princess' public and private lives with "strikingly honest" results.
When asked if she'd be watching the 1998 World Cup match between England and Argentina, the queen responded: "We're going to have a very difficult job I think."
"All this succeeded in doing was causing more angst for the royal family [and] they were totally out of touch, ill-prepared and they did not bridge the gap."
A senior royal source said that Charles and wife Camilla were "absolutely thrilled" to see the Sussex family during their Platinum Jubilee visit to Britain.
British morning show host Lorraine Kelly said that Meghan "has things to say" and an "astonishing platform" that makes a political future a possibility.
Buckingham Palace should publish findings from a review around allegations Meghan Markle bullied staff, an ex-Government minister told Newsweek.
The prince's annual review revealed that the royal maintains a large staff to assist him and wife Camilla in their personal and private lives.
The financial report published by the royal household for 2021-2022 revealed that the royals' travel expenditure was $5.4 million, but what do they spend it on?
During an ongoing misconduct hearing, it is alleged Meghan Markle was compared by officers to a racist toy described by the Jim Crow Museum as "grotesque."
Prince William and Kate Middleton flew by private jet to Belize, Jamaica and the Bahamas with travel expenses totaling $274,000.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's reported move to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor Great Park has not yet been confirmed, a senior palace source said.
Meghan Markle was left "crying into her pillow" by allegations she bullied staff—but the palace will not publish a review of its handling of the accusations.
Social media users have questioned Meghan's decision to release an article with Vogue on her Roe v. Wade ruling reaction and not her podcast with Spotify.
Believers of "The Great Replacement Theory" believe a conspiracy is underway to replace white Americans with immigrants and people of color.
Royal biographer Omid Scobie has written of his belief that Charles has "well and truly blown it" with the public after details of new royal dramas have emerged
Meghan Markle revealed Prince Harry's "guttural" reaction to the Supreme Court's ruling on Roe v. Wade in a conversation with prominent feminist Gloria Steinem.
In a wide-ranging interview, Markle said: "I know what it feels like to have a connection to what is growing inside of your body."
Daily Mail columnist and broadcaster Dan Wootton has been criticized online for his use of the phrase "whiter than white" in a story about the royal family.
Despite being one of the grandest royal residences, William and Kate's Kensington Palace home can leave them feeling like "prisoners," a royal expert explained.
The queen's visit to Scotland for Holyrood week comes as the country's first minister moves on with her bid to hold an independence referendum.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's forays into politics set the stage for the new-look monarchy presented by Prince William and Prince Charles.
Meghan Markle's friend Delfina Blaquier Figueras issued a rapturous social media tribute to the duchess and added: "I wish everyone [k]new you the way you are."
Prince Charles was reportedly handed €3 million in cash—including €1 million stuffed inside a suitcase—from a former Qatari Prime Minister.
The report into bullying allegations against Meghan would reveal a "toxic culture" within the royal household Newsweek's "The Royal Report" podcast was told.
Charles told the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting that "the roots of our contemporary association run deep into the most painful period of our history."