The Duchess of Sussex joined The 19th's Emily Ramshaw to talk about what a more equitable newsroom can look like, voter suppression and more.
The royal family's “opportunity to represent diversity and inclusivity is no longer there,” journalist Omid Scobie told HuffPost.
Not even the authors of "Finding Freedom."
Meghan "has the capacity to really inspire people and I think that’s what we need in our country right now," author Carolyn Durand said.
Who knew that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were so great at giving gifts?
"Finding Freedom," a book about the royal couple, still leaves out this very important detail.
Before The Tig, the Duchess of Sussex had another venture.
The Duke of Sussex spoke with Rashad Robinson, activist and president of Color of Change, about the issue.
And now the Duke of Sussex is advocating for change.
The Duchess of Sussex can keep anonymous the identities of five friends who spoke out on her behalf, a judge ruled Wednesday.