Reunited in Canada, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are likely to be focused on house-hunting as they make a fresh start away from the UK.
The public is likely to face an “enormous bill” for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s future security, a former Home Office minister has warned.
The Duke of Sussex has described how his son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor has already joyfully experienced his first Canadian snowfall.
With the Duke and Duchess of Sussex quitting royal life completely, there are many issues that remain unanswered or that are still to be decided upon.
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After days of speculation, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have officially walked away from the monarchy with the blessing of the Queen.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to drop their HRH styles and become known as Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
The Duchess of Sussex has carried out another charity visit in Canada amid the crisis surrounding her future as a royal.
The British royals have a strong bond with Canada, where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will live, in part, as they transition into their new lives.
Harry, born a prince of Wales, has been styled an HRH since birth and was given the title the Duke of Sussex by his grandmother the Queen on the morning of his wedding.
Sunday’s newspaper front pages and broader coverage is dominated again by news and opinion about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, though most sources are anonymous.
National newspapers have mixed responses to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to step back from senior royal responsibilities.
Several national newspapers have launched blistering attacks on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after their decision to step away from royal life, saying they have shown no understanding of what their roles entail, and have been disrespectful to the Queen.
Baby Archie enjoys a cuddle with his dad beside calm blue waters in a new photograph released by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to mark the turn of the year.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have had a turbulent year, with the high point being the arrival of their son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.
It was meant to be a year of celebration with the arrival of another royal baby, but 2019 ended up being dubbed the Queen’s second annus horribilis.
Royal youngsters explored a woodland wilderness garden, caused mischief at a regatta and welcomed a new addition to the family this year.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been pictured on a Christmas card with their baby son Archie.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have wished their followers a “very Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours”.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to celebrate their first Thanksgiving with baby son Archie.