The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have issued a legal warning to the media after various outlets published paparazzi shots of Meghan walking her dogs with baby Archie.
Actor Laurence Fox has described criticism of his appearance on Question Time as “water off a duck’s back” after he argued with an audience member over the Duchess of Sussex.
The Duchess of Sussex’s father has claimed he paid tens of thousands for his daughter’s private school fees, university tuition and was paying off her student loan even after her career as an actress took off.
The Duchess of Sussex has been seen for just the second time since the royal crisis began, at the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre in Vancouver discussing “issues affecting women in the community”.
Stormzy has hit back at critics of Meghan, claiming there is no “credible” reason to dislike her.
Sunday’s newspaper front pages and broader coverage is dominated again by news and opinion about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, though most sources are anonymous.
National newspapers have mixed responses to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to step back from senior royal responsibilities.
Several national newspapers have launched blistering attacks on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after their decision to step away from royal life, saying they have shown no understanding of what their roles entail, and have been disrespectful to the Queen.
Comedian Daniel Sloss has helped raise more than £5,000 for a homelessness charity through a game encouraging “players” to avoid hearing Wham!’s Last Christmas.
Sarah, Duchess of York has described the Duke of York as a “wonderful man” who has gone “through such enormous pain”.
Wendell Pierce has said he warned his former Suits co-star the Duchess of Sussex that her world would be “forever changed” during their last face-to-face meeting.
James Blunt has said “vitriolic” press coverage of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is “leaning on bullying”.
The Duchess of Sussex’s former Suits co-star Patrick J Adams has paid tribute to her and his colleagues ahead of the drama’s final episode.
The Duchess of Sussex has topped Tatler’s list of social risers.
Chloe Madeley has said she is ready to start a family with husband James Haskell.
Tatum O’Neal has branded the Duchess of Sussex “tacky” after a Wimbledon fan described how she was told not to take photos of the royal at the tennis tournament.
Singer Matt Cardle has dismissed online messages he reportedly swapped with the Duchess of Sussex before she met and married Harry as “nothing”.
Priyanka Chopra has said she believes racism is to blame for the negative coverage of the Duchess of Sussex.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason, the cellist who played at the royal wedding last year, has congratulated the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the “wonderful” birth of their son.
Michelle Obama was among those to send their congratulations after the Duke and Duchess Of Sussex welcomed a baby boy.
The Duchess of Sussex has gone into labour, Buckingham Palace has announced.
The official line is always that there is no set protocol of behaviour when the meeting the Queen.
US President Donald Trump and the Duchess of Sussex may each have powerful roles in women’s feminism, according to singer and activist Annie Lennox.
Beyonce and Jay-Z have shown support for the Duchess of Sussex with their acceptance speech at the Brit Awards.
The Brits are known for surprising celebrity cameos and this year viewers were treated to a glimpse of none other than Meghan Markle.
George Clooney has said the Duchess of Sussex is being “pursued and vilified” and compared her treatment with that of Diana, Princess of Wales.
The Duchess of Sussex and actress Roxanne Pallett were the “top trending” people in the UK in 2018, Google has announced.
Michelle Obama has offered some advice to the Duchess of Sussex – take your time.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are "very pleased" that Meghan is expecting a baby in the spring of 2019, Kensington Palace said.
The Duchess of Sussex’s half sister Samantha Markle has apologised to Meghan live on television, saying: “I wish things could be different”.