Omid Scobie

Omid Scobie is a London-based journalist and editor who has extensively covered the lives of the younger members of the British Royal Family for over seven years. As Us Weekly’s European Bureau Chief, Scobie spearheaded exclusive coverage of Prince William and Duchess Kate's wedding in 2011, produced numerous special edition royal publications, and traveled extensively with Harry, William and Kate on their royal tours around the world. Scobie has been featured as a royal commentator on Good Morning America, ABC News, 20/20, CNN, Fox News, and Canada's CTV, amongst many others. 

Prince Harry Stars in Moving PSA to End HIV and Get More People Testing

The Duke of Sussex continues Princess Diana’s legacy with an urgent appeal to mark the start of HIV Testing Week.

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The Duke And Duchess Of Sussex Visit Australia - Day 2
14 Flights, 76 Events & Very Little Sleep: Inside Harry & Meghan's Royal Tour

Omid Scobie shares the secrets of Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan’s travels to Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.

Meghan Duchess of Sussex in the Hubb Community Kitchen at the Al Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre, London, UK - Sep 2018
How Duchess Meghan Stepped in to Uplift a Community Kitchen Serving Victims of Grenfell
The Duchess of Sussex’s bond with a group of women affected by the tragedy launched a cookbook—and her first humanitarian project…
Elton John And The Duke Of Sussex Launch The Menstar Coalition To Promote HIV Testing & Treatment
Inside Prince Harry’s Plan to “Smash” the AIDS Stigma and Get More Men Testing for HIV

This week, he launched an ambitious endeavor with Sir Elton John and Ndaba Mandela to end AIDS by 2030.

The Story of Meghan Markle’s Wedding Dress

Eight face-to-face meetings, three months to make the dress, 500 hours spent on the veil and much more.

Inside the "Relaxed" Birth of Kate Middleton & Prince William's New Royal Baby Boy

An exclusive dispatch from the front lines of the Lindo Wing.

Angelina Jolie Shares the Lessons Her Children Learned from Queen Elizabeth

In a new documentary, Jolie discusses involving her six children in her work with the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy.