Prince Harry has honoured his late mother, Princess Diana, in Dirico and Huambo, Angola. The 35-year-old Duke of Sussex walked in his late mother's footsteps as he visited areas that had been covered with landmines prior to the Princess of Wales' extreme efforts.
With Prince Harry returning to Angola, The Duke of Sussex is expected to walk through the same minefield his mother famously crossed in 1997, when he visits the region with his family.
Former newspaper editor Eve Pollard predicts that the Duchess of Sussex will eventually be popular with women thanks to the causes she supports.
Eve Pollard, former editor of the Sunday Mirror and Sunday Express, said a photo of Charles messing around with William and Harry's friends showed how close he was to them.
Ahead of the Sussex's 10-day Africa tour, we look back at key moments from their very first tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand in 2018.
Royal experts Omid Scobie, Emily Andrews and Victoria Murphy talk through the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's upcoming royal tour to Africa in this week's episode of 'The Royal Box'. The trio also discuss why the Royal Family's love of pets and why the Queen's dogs are such excellent ice breakers. Elsewhere, former Fleet Street editor and Princess Diana confidante Eve Pollard talks through her years covering the Royal Family.
Special facts about the Will and Kate's royal children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis
We can’t all stay looking young forever.. now a trending app has revealed what some A-list celebrities would look like if they were to fast forward a few decades – and the results are fascinating.
Royal expert Omid Scobie told Yahoo UK's 'The Royal Box' that one of Meghan's close 'non-famous' friends is definitely one of baby Archie's godparents.
Royal commentator Omid Scobie said the Duchess of Sussex will have to heal the rift with her father Thomas Markle before Archie is involved.
Yahoo UK's podcast looks at whether the male contraceptive pill will actually take off or whether we're leaving contraception to women.
A YouGov poll for Yahoo UK asked people what items they would be willing to get rid of if they embarked on a Marie Kondo tidy of their home.