The Duchess of Sussex’s estranged father has told the High Court he “still believes” his daughter wanted “her account” of a letter she sent to him to be made public.
The Duchess of Sussex’s father Thomas Markle says he went to the Mail On Sunday with the letter she sent to him to “set the record straight” after a “false and unfair” interview with her friends was published in a US magazine.
Thomas Markle wanted the Mail On Sunday to help him “set the record straight” on his relationship with his daughter, the Duchess of Sussex, and approved the extracts of a letter used by the newspaper, the High Court has heard.
The Duchess of Sussex’s letter to her estranged father “signalled the end of our relationship”, Thomas Markle has told the High Court.
The Duchess of Sussex’s letter to her estranged father was written “to defend her against charges of being an uncaring or unloving daughter”, the Mail on Sunday’s lawyers have told the High Court.
The publication of an “instrinsically private, personal and sensitive” letter sent by the Duchess of Sussex to her estranged father was a “plain and serious invasion” of privacy, her lawyers have told the High Court.
The Duchess of Sussex will argue the Mail on Sunday has “no prospect” of defending her privacy claim over the publication of a letter to her estranged father, in her bid to have her case decided without a High Court trial.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have donated food to military veterans volunteering for a charity in a deprived area of California.
The Prince of Wales has urged business leaders to support his ambitious Earth Charter and “bring prosperity into harmony with nature, people and planet” over the next decade.
The Prince of Wales has said investment in “natural capital” should be the “engine of our economy” ahead of the launch of his ambitious Earth Charter.
The Prince of Wales is to launch an ambitious Magna Carta-style charter to encourage the private sector to safeguard the planet by adopting sustainability and invest 10 billion dollars (£7.3 billion) in “natural capital”.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have received their Covid-19 vaccinations, joining more than a million people who have been given the jab.
The Duchess of Cambridge has said her thoughts are with workers on the front line of the pandemic as she celebrates a “very different” birthday.
A legacy-defining trip to Angola by Diana, Princess of Wales, was seen as an immediate success in her campaign for a ban on landmines, despite a perceived stand-off with the Queen, behind-the-scenes dispatches from the UK’s man in the African nation reveal.
The royal family experienced a year like no other in 2020 as the coronavirus crisis swept the country.
Although the Queen remains politically neutral on all matters, she has featured in the story of Brexit.
Radio Caroline is to broadcast the Queen’s Christmas message for the first time, 56 years after its request was refused for being an unauthorised broadcaster.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been criticised for failing to “make sure they are beyond reproach” after they were pictured breaching the Rule of Six with other royals.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children have been pictured at an outdoor event with the Earl of Wessex and his family, inadvertently breaching of the Rule of Six.
Christmas puddings mixed by four generations of the royal family have been distributed to armed forces communities at home and abroad as part of a Royal British Legion (RBL) project to bring festive cheer.
The Prince of Wales has told staff administering the Covid-19 vaccination that he is “way down the list” for an injection.
The Queen’s weekly audience with the Prime Minister was postponed this week to allow Boris Johnson to focus on the race against the clock to secure a post-Brexit trade agreement.
The Duchess of Cornwall used a sausage to trump the saying you should never work with animals – as she unveiled a plaque with the help of her dog Beth.
The Queen has expressed her deepest sympathy to the people of France on the national day of mourning for former French president Valery Giscard d’Estaing.
The Queen’s granddaughter Zara Tindall is pregnant with her third child, her husband has announced.
Royal sources have countered claims a cross-border trip by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Scotland was in breach of Covid-19 travel guidance by stating it was for "work purposes".
Some of the finest paintings in the country, by renowned artists like Rembrandt, Vermeer and Canaletto, are to go on display in a landmark exhibition.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will spend Christmas just as a couple at Windsor Castle after deciding to enjoy the festive period “quietly”.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will spend Christmas at Windsor Castle and not Sandringham for the first time in decades, Buckingham Palace has said.
The Boxing Day shoot is a longstanding royal tradition.