Prince Harry’s lawyer has announced that his client, who has sued the Daily Mail, was deeply affected by the tabloid’s articles.
Prince Harry filed a lawsuit last February The Daily Mail
His lawyer produced statements from his client
Prince Harry said he was very touched by the articles published in the tabloid
last February, Prince Harry sued the Associated Newspapersone of the largest media groups that owns particular The Daily Mail. The tabloid was prosecuted for articles in particular “defamatory” against the Duke of Sussex, as announced by his solicitor, at a preliminary hearing organized this Thursday, June 9th. Master Justin Rushbrooke therefore informed the judge that his client Prince Harry wanted to take legal action for two articles published in the post on Sunday and the MailOnlinewhich happen to be the Sunday and digital editions of the Daily Mail.
According to Prince Harry’s lawyer, the articles published accusing Prince Harry were found to be defamatory “lied”, to have “cynical” tries to manipulate public opinion and have “tried to keep secret his appeal to the government for police protection in the country”. The Associated Newspapers denies the defamatory nature of its articles. However, Prince Harry’s lawyer sent statements from the latter, writing that the articles in question caused him “a great deep pain, embarrassment and prolonged agony”.
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Marked by this case, Prince Harry therefore expects much from justice, he who has everything even suffered when he came to Britain for the Queen’s Jubilee. According to Katie Nicholl of vanity fairthe couple would have felt separated: “Honestly, I think they knew they weren’t going to be in the front row. And why did they leave the royal family? They left because they weren’t in the front row. I think that’s why they didn’t go to the other celebrations because they didn’t have center stage seats.” For Ducan Larcombe, royal biographer: “These four days will haunt Prince Harry for the rest of his life.