Prince Harry has reached a new milestone. The Duke of Sussex's time in the US is now considered to be his longest-ever period being away from the UK, which also marks a new milestone after quitting the royal family.
The battle of Meghan Markle versus the Associated Newspapers Limited continues, but down on the stands, one person is extremely disturbed and distressed by all of the bombshell legal documents being thrown in the way.
In a series of court documents obtained by several British tabloids, which were submitted to the high-court, Meghan Markle rebuffed the claims, "several members of the royal family do 'undertake paid work' including, Princess Beatrice of York, Princess Eugenie of York and Prince Michael of Kent."
In the book "Royals at War," which is written by investigative journalists Dylan Howard and Andy Tillett, they claimed that Meghan Markle was in a rush with everything and raced to sponsor charities without studying the specifics of her patronage.