The BBC has fired a British radio presenter who tweeted an image of a chimpanzee dressed in clothes below the caption "Royal Baby leaves hospital".
Meghan, wife of Prince Harry, gave birth in the early hours of Monday morning to a baby boy, Archie, the first mixed race child to be born into a senior position in British royalty in recent history.
"Just got fired," Danny Baker, a broadcaster with BBC Radio 5 Live, said on Twitter.
The BBC said the tweet was a serious error of judgment that went "against the values we as a station aim to embody".
"Danny’s a brilliant broadcaster but will no longer be presenting a weekly show with us," the BBC said.
Meghan, whose mother is African-American and father is white, has been the target of racist commentary on social media in the past.
Prince Harry on Monday announced the birth of the couple's first — a son who will be seventh in the long line to the British throne.
A 99-year-old Australian war widow known as Prince Harry's "biggest fan" has died after a bout of pneumonia, her family said Tuesday.
Prince Harry was given a baby outfit for his son Archie by Princess Margriet of the Netherlands on Thursday as the new dad went back to work to mark a year until the 2020 edition of the Invictus Games he founded for wounded military personnel.
As temperatures start to rise in the country, Dubai Health Authority (DHA) doctors are advising parents to take special care of their children to avoid heat strokes— as a child’s body overheats 3-5 times faster than an adult’s body.
A large number of community members from different backgrounds gathered to share their grievances at the event organised by the Pakistani Consulate in Dubai to educate the expatriate community on the current amnesty scheme which will be ending on June 30.
An Indian girl, Zulfa Bidol Asghar Yaseen, two, died in an intensive care unit at the Saqr Hospital in Ras Al Khaimah on Sunday. The girl succumbed to her serious injuries she sustained in a traffic accident that took place recently when she was with her mother and father, an imam of a mosque in the emirate, who was driving the car.