People and royalty
The magazine Mail on Sunday had published a private letter written by Meghan Markle to the attention of her father Thomas. Following the publication of the article, the Duchess of Sussex decided to take the media to court.
Tabloids 1, Meghan and Harry 0. In their war launched – before Megxit – against the tabloids, the Sussexes lost the first part.
As reported by Daily Mail, the Duchess lost her case against Associated Newspapers, the publisher of Mail on Sunday. Indeed, since February 2019, the wife of Prince Harry had embarked on a battle against the British tabloid, accusing him of having published the letter she had written to her father.
75,000 euros in fees for the Sussexes
The former actress claimed a violation of privacy and copyright, and claimed damages for alleged misuse of private information.
The High Court of Justice in London ruled in favor of the tabloid, ruling certain allegations of Meghan Markle “inadmissible”. Result: Meghan Markle must pay the sum of 68,000 pounds sterling, or about 75,000 euros, to Associated Newspapers, editor of the Mail on Sunday.
Prince Harry wrote a letter last year begging the media to leave his wife and child alone for fear that ” history does not repeat itself “. The war between the media and the princely couple has only just started.