LONDON — A judge in Britain ruled on Friday that parts of an article in a tabloid newspaper about Prince Harry’s fight with the government over police protection were defamatory, in an initial phase of Harry’s libel case against the paper. The newspaper, The Mail on Sunday, reported in FebruaryContinue Reading

LONDON — The most eagerly anticipated guests at Friday’s thanksgiving service arrived well before the senior members of the royal family. Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, walked into St. Paul’s Cathedral shortly after 11 a.m., turning every head in the vaulting nave as the couple walked, hand in hand,Continue Reading

LONDON — When Queen Elizabeth II kicks off the Platinum Jubilee, celebrating 70 years on the British throne, next month, she will do so with a slimmed-down royal family behind her: Neither Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, nor Prince Andrew will get a place on the balcony at BuckinghamContinue Reading

LONDON — Queen Elizabeth II turns 96 on Thursday, a milestone she will mark out of sight at her country estate, Sandringham. But the birthday has not arrived without a dollop of drama from her self-exiled grandson, Prince Harry, who said this week he wanted to make sure the agingContinue Reading

LONDON — Seventy years ago on Sunday, a young English princess climbed into Treetops, a remote game-viewing lodge in Kenya, built into the limbs of a fig tree overlooking an elephant watering hole. The next morning, she came down as a queen, though she only learned of the death ofContinue Reading

The ruling also let Meghan off the hook for misleading the court in denying that she engaged with the authors of a flattering book about the couple. Her apology for that erroneous statement, which she blamed on a faulty memory, was a public relations embarrassment, but the decision on ThursdayContinue Reading