It’s a defeat for the Duchess of Sussex. Meghan Markle had filed a complaint against the group Associated Newspaper Limited (ANL) which owns the media “Media on Sunday”, after the publication of a private letter to his father Thomas. The ex-performer of Rachel Zane in the series “Suits” claims a violation of privacy and copyright and claims damages for alleged misuse of private information. The article was published in February 2019. At the time the relations between Meghan Markle and her father were already very conflicting.
But for Judge Mark Warby, Meghan Markle’s accusations are inadmissible and therefore concluded that she would have to pay the newspaper’s legal costs, ie 68,000 pounds. Amount she agreed to pay.
The princely couple against the British press
This is not the first time that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have attacked the British press. The couple had, last year, declared war on tabloids like the “Mail” or “Sunday”. Prince Harry is uncomfortable sharing his private life. He had written a letter begging the media to leave his wife and child alone for fear that “history will repeat itself.”
The war between the media and the princely couple is far from over …