The cinematographer died from a fatal shooting on the set of the actor's new film "Rust."
The legacy awards, which are handed out every two years, was introduced by The Diana Award in 2017.
The Duchess of Sussex is lauded for her charitable work and "bravery and boldness in speaking up" about important global issues.
Thomas Markle Sr. called "nonsense' on claims that the royal was being racist when he asked about the complexion of the Sussexes' children.
It is said that the Duchess of Cambridge showed her exasperation and annoyance at the mention of the Sussexes.
The 75-year-old added that the Duchess of Sussex has been "very disrespectful to the Queen, who's such a great woman."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex hired veteran podcast producer Rebecca Sanaes as head of Archewell Audio in August.
Clara Loughran handed Meghan Markle her wedding flowers at her royal wedding in 2018.
The actor said he sometimes thinks that the Duchess of Sussex "is a bit" of Patrizia Reggiani of the Gucci family.
If Barbados had not become a Republic, Prince Charles would have become its head of state after ascending the British throne.
The Duke of Sussex told Oprah Winfrey in March that it is one of his priorities to heal his relationship with his father.
It is said that the Prince of Wales raised concerns about Archie's skin colour over breakfast with Camilla.
The Prince of Wales visited the Caribbean nation for the last time as its Prince as it replaced his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, as the head of state.
The family plays pick-up games of charades and football during the Christmas celebrations at Sandringham.
Apart from George, Charlotte, and Louis, Carole has two other grandchildren, Arthur, 4, and Grace, 8 months, the children of Pippa Middleton and James Matthews.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped back as senior royals in March 2020.
Prince William had warned against the use of Martin Bashir's interview with Princess Diana for commercial gain.
The actor admitted that he let his guard down when he was attacked with a knife on the New York subway.
The second part avoided the topic, and gave screen time to Meghan's lawyer who had appeared in the first installment defending her from bullying allegations.
The Duchess of Sussex's lawyer said there were "massive inaccuracies" in the story that she bullied palace aides.