The American woman formerly known as Meghan Markle and currently known as the Duchess of Sussex officially joined Great Britain’s Royal Family on Saturday (an event our own Kelly Faircloth covered extensively) and was quickly given her own piece of real estate on royal.uk. But after reading every word of the…
Even if you don’t know a duchess from a duvet cover, you cannot have missed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are getting married this weekend. And so we have helpfully provided answers to questions you might have—or perhaps didn’t know you had.
The spectacle of a royal wedding may seem archaic, even to those who aren’t dyed-in-the-wool anti-monarchists. But many aspects of the show we know today are a relatively recent invention. If we lived in the 15th century, say, the marital prospects of the monarch and their children really would have mattered to our…
A week out from the May 19 wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, if you are interested in casually perusing some news from the event, you have a wealth of media options, equivalent to browsing in the world’s best-stocked news supermarket. And good luck escaping it, unless you are willing to unplug your TV and…
Who better to ask about the road before Meghan Markle than an American who married into the British aristocracy herself?
Those of us groveling plebs who won’t be allowed inside the chapel at Windsor on May 19 can now pay our respects to Harry and Meghan in person—sorta—thanks to Madame Tussauds’ London outpost.
She isn’t a royal yet, but Meghan Markle has rapidly ascended to the uppermost echelons of global celebrity, and that means her clothing choices are already big, big business.
The new royal baby has a name: Prince Louis Arthur Charles. A new tiny baby with a right propah unwieldy Anglo name! Oh, hip, hip, huzzah!!!
It’s one of the first questions about any major royal appearance or event, with entire websites dedicated to answering it as quickly as possible: But what was she wearing?
Harry and Meghan continue tightening their vise-like grip on the entertainment ecosystem, with the announcement that classical label Decca Records will be releasing their royal wedding on vinyl, as well as CD and streaming platforms. What, no Tidal exclusive?
In keeping with a long and proud institutional tradition of being all over the Windsors, for May Vanity Fair has rolled out a whole “Love and Royals” edition of the magazine that goes very, very hard on the royals generally and the royal wedding specifically.
Will and Kate have left the Lindo Wing with the latest addition to the family—a boy fifth in line for the throne, name as yet unannounced. Photographers were of course waiting for the first glimpse at the kid.
I cannot stop looking at this picture of Prince Harry and Justin Trudeau. Are they swapping Toronto dinner recs? Is does Prince Harry belong to Canada now, even though he is marrying an American? Could they be talking about how desperately they miss Barack?
Just when I think I’m getting accustomed to the idea that an American actress is marrying Prince Harry, something reminds me that the Windsors have gone full mid-2000s basic cable movie. Today it’s these nearly decade-old images of Meghan Markle from a gifting suite.
Americans are fascinated by the royal family of the United Kingdom. As visitors to this very website so often ask in the comments: Why? Didn’t we fight a war to get away from these people?
Queen Elizabeth’s last corgi has died. RIP Willow and also my emotions.
Like Kate Middleton and Princess Charlotte before her, Meghan Markle is fast becoming an international business phenomenon. Fashion companies around the world are eager to get their hands on the hottest lottery ticket imaginable—a shot at appearing on any part of Markle’s body during one of her public strolls.
More information is trickling out of Kensington Palace about the attendee list for the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle; unfortunately, none of it explains where my invitation has gone. Oh, and the Obamas aren’t attending, either.
The royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle resembles nothing so much as a franchise reboot, or perhaps the 12th season of a reality TV show you haven’t watched for years but they’ve got new twists and you want to get back in. First, though, you need a refresher on cast members new and old.
Before she was preparing to marry into the British royal family—before she scored her gig on Suits, for that matter—Meghan Markle was just an aspiring actress out here trying to build that CV. Hence, this Tostitos commercial.