RICHARD EDEN: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have closed down their charitable organisation MWX Foundation and have started a new one, Archewell, inspired by the name of their son, Archie.
RICHARD EDEN: Cutler, 58, is said to have been made persona non grata at Notting Hill club and restaurant Laylow after allegedly making an 'outrageously offensive' comment.
From Schrader v. Sunday, decided today by Judge Jennifer P. Wilson (M.D. Pa.):
RICHARD EDEN: The actress, 42, who appeared in hit BBC drama The Split, appears, however to have, well, split, with Winbergh as, I can reveal, she's now seeing business - man Ashley Smatt, 42.
RICHARD EDEN: Guests at a black-tie party at Hurlingham club in Fulham, where Prince George goes for tennis lessons, were left shocked by the risque entertainment.
RICHARD EDEN: The Duchess, 62, joined forces with Billy Zane, 56, at Gothenburg's Botanical Garden in Sweden as part of a tree-planting initiative.
RICHARD EDEN: Guitarist Louis Bertignac from 1980s band Telephone, who was Carla Bruni's first rock star boyfriend, has published a tell-all autobiography in his native France.
RICHARD EDEN: Facing action to close his publishing business, royal biographer Omid Scobie has filed financial details for three consecutive years - and they don't make happy reading.
RICHARD EDEN: The Olympic rower, who turned 50 on Thursday, has just triumphed in his first ever pub quiz, winning £50 to spend behind the bar.
RICHARD EDEN: Before getting engaged to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle ran a lifestyle blog, The Tig, puffing everything from her favourite wines to her most pleasurable holidays.
EXCLUSIVE: A sister company to The Incal Universe owner Humanoids named Sparkling has launched to create European drama, with Patrick Nebout at the helm, Deadline can reveal. Cannes Confidential and Midnight Sun producer and European co-production specialist Nebout is exiting Beta-owned producer Dramacorp to lead the Paris-based producer as President and Chief Content Officer. Sparkling will [