Members of the British Royal family are holding crisis talks with the queen Monday.
Queen Elizabeth II summoned senior family members to her country estate, to plan the future of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, NBC reports.
Here's the Buzz: Last week, the couple announced they wanted to step back from their Royal roles.
The Queen says she wants details worked out in a matter of days.
Money will likely be a topic at today's meeting because Harry and Meghan have said they'll work to be financially independent.
Something we're still waiting to learn is if Prince Charles will keep providing the bulk of their money.
Meghan is currently in Canada. She plans to join the meeting by phone, as she is unable to be there in person.
Serena Williams donates to Australian fire relief efforts
Over the weekend, Serena Williams claimed her first tournament win in three years.
Williams took the top spot in the ASB Classic in New Zealand.
Here's the Buzz: This is Williams' first title since giving birth to her daughter.
She plans to donate her prize money to Australian 'fire' relief efforts. By the way, Williams will compete in the Australian Open, which begins Monday, January 20.
Academy Awards nominations revealed
Nominations for the 92nd Academy Awards will be revealed Monday morning.
Front runners for the biggest prizes of the ceremony include The Irishman, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, Parasite, Marriage Story.
Little Women and Knives Out are underdogs that could slip into the pack.
You can catch the Oscars predictions Jan. 13, at 8:18 a.m. on ABC 25.