Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, will not lie in state for public viewing and the funeral will not be open to the public, in a nod to a ban on mass gatherings and the prince’s own wishes.
The 99-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth spent 28 days in the hospital, amid increasing concerns about his health.
The Times’s London bureau chief talks about the challenges of reporting on Buckingham Palace and the fallout of Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Harry and Meghan.
For all the familial drama, Harry and Meghan’s story is also about workplace conflict — what happens when a glamorous outsider joins a hidebound family business, one now in crisis mode.
Any nation that still has a monarchy in 2021 is proving itself to have a mortifying lack of revolutionary gumption.
Buckingham Palace’s lack of response continued on Tuesday after the British broadcast of the interview touched off a second day of debate.
Many Black Britons found that the interview raised new questions about entrenched racism, both in the royal family and in British society at large.
The royal couple sat down for an interview. Here’s the back story.
CBS is releasing tantalizing video clips of the couple, while scalding allegations are coming from Buckingham Palace staff members.
Married to Queen Elizabeth II for nearly 70 years, the Duke of Edinburgh is retiring from most official engagements.
An interview with the prince, a sort of tease before the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey next week, came as concerns grow over Prince Philip’s hospital stay.
Buckingham Palace is steeling itself for embarrassing revelations, and there’s griping afoot in the British press.
In an interview, Doug Mills, a Times photographer in the Washington bureau, reflects on a relentless four years.
Margaret Thatcher and Diana, Princess of Wales, are among the iconic figures covered in the latest installment of Peter Morgan’s show. How much is fact and how much is fiction?
In “Finding Freedom,” the veteran reporters Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand show how the British royal family’s fairy tale turned into a cautionary one.
A letter to four major newspapers criticized coverage as “distorted, false, or invasive beyond reason.” It was the latest twist in the couple’s poisonous relationship with some news outlets.
Elizabeth, sequestered at Windsor Castle, offered encouragement in a statement. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, after a week of mixed messages, hewed to mostly voluntary curbs.