Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Hopped into the Royal Family's Group Chat

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have reportedly hopped back into the royal family's group chat in order to share photos of their new baby daughter Lilibet Diana (who they call Lili for short!). Entertainment Tonight reports that the couple are keeping Harry's family in the loop when it comes to baby Lili, and that they shared her pic on the royal family's What's App chat.
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Kate Middleton Accidentally Broke Royal Protocol While Greeting Prince Charles

Kate Middleton just broke royal protocol during her latest reunion with Prince Charles. The Duchess of Cambridge, 39, recently attended the G7 Leaders Summit in Cornwall, where she addressed her father-in-law by a personal nickname: Grandpa. According to a lipreader (via Cornwall Live), Middleton immediately greeted Prince Charles when she...
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Meghan Markle Accused Of Stealing Baby Name

Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, recently welcomed a new member of the royal family into the world. But their happiness quickly turned to horror when the media claimed the couple had NOT informed the Queen of their decision to use her Royal Highness nickname. And legal threats soon followed, fueling the existing royal family feud.

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Trying To Fix Their Relationship With The Royal Family?

British Royal Family news reveals Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex 36, and Meghan Markle, 39, are reportedly making their best efforts to fix the rift between them and the rest of the royal family. From offering a clear olive branch by naming their daughter after the Monarch to making phone calls to members of the royal family. With the birth of their daughter Lilibet “Lili” Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, the couple feels that it’s time to connect with the rest of the family.
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Princess Anne makes a statement in silky jacquard dress at Royal Ascot

Princess Anne delighted royal fans when she put in another appearance at Royal Ascot on Wednesday. The Princess Royal looked elegant in a green jacquard dress and a statement headpiece as she arrived at the Berkshire racecourse. The 70-year-old royal's smart dress fell to just below the knee as per...

Royals Return to Royal Ascot for Day 2 of Horse Racing (and Whimsical Hats!)

Many members of the royal family made a return visit for day two of Royal Ascot on Wednesday. The posh horse racing event kicked off on Tuesday, welcoming back spectators after COVID-19 restrictions prevented any in-person watching last year. Three of Queen Elizabeth's children - Prince Charles, Princess Anne and Prince Edward - as well as Charles' wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Edward's wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex were in attendance for the first day of the annual event...and returned again on Wednesday!
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Royal Family News: Meghan Markle’s Disputed Book – Will Oprah Promote It?

British royal family news divulges that Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex‘s children’s book The Bench includes multiple illustrations of what appears to be Prince Harry and their son Archie. When eyebrows were raised due to Meghan’s book title and content being strangely similar to an already published book, she explained it away by saying the book was inspired by a poem she wrote on Father’s Day.
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Zara Tindall wows in figure-flattering dress for post-baby Royal Ascot outing

Enjoying a day at the races, Zara Tindall just stepped out in an elegant polka dot dress for day one of Royal Ascot 2021, and fans are swooning. Marking her first public appearance since giving birth to her son Lucas in March, the Queen's granddaughter was joined by her husband Mike Tindall and mother, Princess Anne.

We decoded the royal baby traditions from Queen Elizabeth to Lilibet Diana

Royal babies are born rich and famous and many special customs mark their births and childhoods. Typically, the royal births are announced on an easel outside Buckingham Palace, followed by gun salutes. Other traditions include wrapping the newborns in a merino wool blanket and using a pram by "Silver Cross."

Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Says Prince Philip's Death Left a "Giant-Sized Hole" In Her Life

Prince Philip's death in early April shook the royal family, with the loss felt not only among those close to him, but also throughout the UK. Now, as the royals participate in more in-person engagements, the Duke of Edinburgh's absence is palpable. Sophie, Countess of Wessex, recently gave an interview with BBC's Radio 5 Live where she grew emotional, missing her father-in-law.

Royal Family News: Queen Elizabeth Tired Of Prince Harry’s Whining and Mudslinging?

British royal family news divulges that the monarchy may be getting tired of being Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan Markle’s punching bag. Thus far they have endured numerous public excoriations by the pair, most notably in a mudslinging interview with Oprah Winfrey, but have chosen to take the high road even as the pair get more and more voracious in their airing of dirty laundry.
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Prince Philip’s death has left ‘giant-sized hole’ in royal family, says Sophie Wessex

The Countess of Wessex has opened up about how she and other members of the royal family are grieving the death of the Duke of Edinburgh.Prince Philip died on 9 April at Windsor Castle at the age of 99.Speaking to Naga Munchett on BBC Radio 5 Live, Sophie, 56, explained that she is still grappling with the loss.“He has left a giant-sized hole in our lives,” she said before going on to explain how, due to the coronavirus pandemic, her family has not been able to spend as much time together as they would have liked.“I think, unfortunately the...