What could be next for the royals?
Yesterday, the Duchess of Sussex took legal steps to protect her five 'best' friends from being named in her ongoing court case with Associated Newspapers, after they defended her in People magazine last year.
Camilla Tominey joins us with the latest, as well as explaining what the royal family has planned for the summer, after what has been a tumultuous year.
What is the latest on Harry and Meghan's case against the Mail on Sunday?
Meghan is suing Associated Newspapers Limited, which owns the Mail on Sunday over an article that reproduced sections of a handwritten note she sent to her father in August 2018. Lawyers for the duchess claim the story breached her privacy. Associated Newspapers claims it only included the letter because it had already been referenced by Meghan's friends in an interview with People magazine in the US.
What will we learn from the new Harry and Meghan book 'finding freedom'?
Camilla says, "The book is due out on August 11 but we don't know what is in it, nor do the palace. It is likely to criticise the Royal Family for not supporting them. It is not an authorised book but the authors Carolyn Durand and Omid Scobie are known to be Meghan-friendly."