Despite being non-working royals, the two members of the family remain counsellors of state for King Charles III.
Sharing administrative tasks and reminiscing on family moments can bring siblings together during tough times.
The UK is set to spend four days celebrating the very long monarchy of Queen Elizabeth II. But as the Platinum Jubilee is marked, why do so many Americans also fawn over the British royal family?
You might have heard of EMDR therapy recently after Prince Harry said he’s been using it.
The late Princess of Wales has become a vehicle for others to reflect their own feelings.
Reactions to the new figure embody the problems that come with recreating the images of modern icons
The famous psychologist would have sympathy for Harry and senior royals – and some recommendations for royal watchers.
Prince Harry’s new job as a ‘chief impact officer’ is all about individual empowerment, when what the world needs are systemic solutions.
Canadians who support the monarchy will likely not be swayed by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s revelations about racism within ‘The Firm.’ Instead, they’ll become more defensive of the Royal Family.
Why Oprah’s interview with Meghan and Harry had many confused about when they were actually married.
Oprah Winfrey brought emotion and empathy to her bombshell interview with the couple – two qualities sorely missing in public debate these days.
Republic backers need to make a huge dent in public opinion to get the progress they want. People should remember even Fergie’s ‘toe sucking’ incident didn’t bring down the monarchy in the 1990s.
Could the press’s increasingly hostile campaign against the Sussexes lead to the fall of our toxic tabloid culture?
Princess Diana’s bad experience with a ‘tell-all’ book in 1992 should have been a cautionary tale for her son.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will no longer have their security covered by the Canadian government by the end of March. But what kinds of costs will the famous couple have to cover themselves?
If we’re ever to move past outmoded values of gender, race and class, we need to wish Prince Harry and Meghan Markle well — and challenge those who would prefer everything remains the same.
It’s either in or out for a minor royal. A mix and match approach raises too many problems.
If Harry and Meghan are seen as separated from the monarchy, or worse yet, victims of it, its long term survival is threatened.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex say they plan to sue a UK paper for publishing a private letter.
Taxation is not the only financial burden for overseas Americans.