Prince Harry seeks to challenge denial of request to pay for own UK police protection
A lawyer has asked a London judge to allow Prince Harry to challenge the government's denial of his request to pay for police protection when he visits the U.K. Attorney Shaheed Fatima said Tuesday that the government had exceeded its authority.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, set to receive Ms. Foundation's Woman of Vision Award
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, will be in New York Tuesday night, along with Black Voters Matter co-founder LaTosha Brown, to receive the Ms. Foundation’s Women of Vision Award, as the nation’s oldest women’s foundation marks its 50th anniversary.
Prince Harry sues tabloid for defamation over security story
Lawyers for Prince Harry have asked a judge to rule that a tabloid newspaper libeled the British royal with an article about his quest for police protection when he and his family visit the U.K. Harry is suing Mail on Sunday publisher Associated Newspapers Ltd.
Harry & Meghan's daughter christened, will use royal title
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan announced Wednesday that their daughter had been christened in a private ceremony in California, publicly calling her a princess and revealing for the first time that they will use royal titles for their children.
Harry-Meghan doc offers sweeping indictment of tabloid press
Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, offered a sweeping indictment of Britain’s media and the racism they believe has fueled coverage of their relationship in a Netflix documentary series that promises to tell the “full story” of the couple’s estrangement from the royal family.
Meghan speaks about her efforts 'forgiving' royal family
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, says “just by existing,” she and her husband Prince Harry “upset the dynamic of the hierarchy” when they were in the U.K. The former actress made headlines in Britain on Tuesday with with an interview with U.S. magazine The Cut.
Judge says Prince Harry can sue UK govt over security plan
A judge has ruled that Prince Harry can take the British government to court over his security arrangements when he visits the U.K. Harry and his wife Meghan lost publicly funded police protection when they stepped down as senior working royals and moved to North America in 2020.
Prince Harry files court claim over UK police protection
Prince Harry has filed a claim for a judicial review against the British government’s decision not to let him personally pay for police protection while in the U.K. The Duke of Sussex’s legal representative said Saturday that Harry wants to bring his children Archie and Lilibet to visit his home country from the U.S. but that is too risky without police protection.
Meghan suit nets 1 pound on privacy, secret copyright sum
The Duchess of Sussex will receive a nominal 1-pound payment for invasion of privacy plus undisclosed damages for copyright infringement, under an agreement that ends her long-running dispute with Britain’s Mail on Sunday over the tabloid’s publication of a letter she wrote to her father.
Prince Harry says he warned Twitter CEO of U.S. Capitol riot
Britain’s Prince Harry has sharply attacked the failure of social media companies to challenge hate online, revealing that he warned the chief executive of Twitter ahead of the Jan. 6 Capitol riots that the site was being used to stage political unrest.
UK publisher begins appeal over Meghan privacy lawsuit
A British newspaper publisher has begun its court appeal against a judge’s ruling that it invaded the privacy of the Duchess of Sussex by publishing parts of a letter she wrote to her estranged father, arguing that she knew the letter would potentially be published.