The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were all smiles as they carried out their first official royal engagement of the decade.
A survey has revealed that nearly three-quarters of Canadians feel that the country should not be paying any of the costs for Harry and Meghan's relocation.
The Duchess of Sussex has been seen for just the second time since the royal crisis began, at the Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre in Vancouver discussing “issues affecting women in the community”.
Priti Patel has dismissed suggestions that the Duchess of Sussex has been subjected to racist press coverage, saying people of any background can “get on in life” in Britain.
Sandringham will host a crisis meeting on Monday aimed at resolving the future role of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex within the royal family.
Natasha Radmehr: Taking a step back is a brave thing to do but, for Harry and Meghan, the best thing
Do you remember the £56,000 Ralph & Russo dress Meghan Markle wore in her and Prince Harry’s official engagement photos?
Margaret Clayton: Prince Harry’s mum would be proud of her son, this young man determined to give his family the security he missed
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have shown decisively this week that when it comes to making decisions they know where their priorities lie.
It is a brave and concerning decision taken by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to set out on their own. There are many dangers, and perhaps Prince Harry has not taken a long view – to see how this might pan out.
The Queen will host crisis talks with senior royals and the Duke of Sussex on Monday in a bid to find a solution to Meghan and Harry’s future roles.
An agreement with the want-away royals could mean Harry and Meghan quitting Britain within a week, it emerged yesterday.
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.