Meghan Markle will receive a compensation of 1.2 million euros after winning ‘the Mail on Sunday’

Meghan Markle has emerged victorious from the court battle she waged two years ago contra ‘The Mail on Sunday’ after the middle publish a private letter that she sent to her father, Thomas, in 2018 in which he asked her to stop attacking her husband, Prince Harry, in the media.

Justice has agreed with the Duchess of Sussex and the British tabloid will have to pay Meghan a million pounds (1.2 million euros) for “invasion of privacy”, as published by ‘Loc’. In addition, he has also received public apologies from ‘The Daily Mail’.

Prince Harry’s wife stated that it is about a triumph over “deception, intimidation and attacks” from British tabloid culture, whom he accused of “causing pain” and seeking profit at all costs with “their lies”.

‘The Mail on Sunday’ will pay more than a million euros to Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle has celebrated his “moral victory”, ensuring that his legal battle against Associated Newspapers – Mail editor – it has been “for principles and not for money”. Financial compensation will be donated to charitable organizations.

The son of Charles of England and Princess Diana, Harry has also undertaken a side battle with Rupert Murdoch’s posts and has accused the tabloids of giving his wife the same “insidious treatment” that his mother, Lady Di, who died in a fatal traffic accident.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, in their interview with Oprah Winfrey Europa Press

Meghan could have received even more money if they had come to trial

Legal experts warn that Meghan’s victory is biased as it could have been offset by a noticeably higher amount if there had been no settlement and the case had gone to trial, according to the aforementioned medium.

‘The Mail on Sunday’ agreed to pay him £ 1 million for “damage” and “invasion of privacy”, pay the legal costs of the case and pay also an unspecified amount by violation of copyright rights.

The aforementioned letter consisted of five pages and was written months after the wedding of the Dukes of Sussex, missing 78-year-old Thomas Markle, citing medical problems.

Meghan Markle spoke after winning the British press

Meghan Markle, celebrated his triumph in this legal battle that has been an unprecedented process for the British monarchy, which usually tries to avoid the courts.

“This is a victory not only for me, but for anyone who has been afraid to stand up for the right thing, “Markle noted in a release what made the past public December 2nd.

Prince Harry’s wife believes the precedent will do to combat the culture of the British tabloid press, conditioned “to be cruel and take advantage of the lies and pain “that it spreads.

For them it has been a game without rules. I’ve been patient in the face of deception, intimidation, and calculated attacks

“From day one, I have treated this lawsuit as an important measure of what is right and what is wrong. But they have treated it as a game without rules. “Markle noted in the brief, where accuses the opposing side of trying to twist and manipulate the process to generate more headlines.

“In the three years since this started, I’ve been patient in the face of deception, intimidation, and calculated attacks. Today, the courts have ruled in my favor, once again, cementing that the ‘Mail on Sunday’, owned by Lord Jonathan Rothermere, has broken the law “he declared.

In two summary opinions in February and May, the Superior concluded that the newspapers had violated the privacy of Duchess Sussex by publishing in 2019 excerpts from the letter he addressed to his father, Thomas Markle, in August 2018, and that the letter was written by her and not by an assistant, so it is the injured party, as the owner of the intellectual right.

Thomas Markle, Meghan's father

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