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Meghan Markle very confident about the outcome of her lawsuit against the tabloids Mail On Sunday and MailOnline


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The full story from today’s developments in Megans privacy case against the mail on Sunday. As she attempts to avoid the High Court trial happening at all – as currently scheduled for January.

It’s a turnaround not expected by lawyers for Associated Newspapers Limited, the company that owns two tabloids that are being sued by Meghan Markle. The Duchess of Sussex has just requested that the trial be moved to a later date, although a new hearing was to be held this Thursday…

Meghan Markle changes the rules of the game. In her lawsuit against Associated Newspapers Limited, the company that publishes the tabloids Mail On Sunday and MailOnline, sued by the Duchess of Sussex after publishing excerpts from a private letter written to her father, it would appear that the cards are being reshuffled as the hearing scheduled for Thursday has been postponed.

According to information from Royal expert Chris Ship, Meghan Markle is reported to have asked for an extension after the press group was allowed to include in her defence extracts from the book Finding Freedom, which reveals numerous indiscretions about the Sussex husbands. The Duchess’s lawyers will not take the slightest risk, a few weeks before the start of the trial, which could cost the two tabloids a lot of money.

Determined to clear her honour, Meghan Markle, who has spent insane amounts of money in her legal proceedings, has also made another decision that she hopes will pay off. On his Twitter page, Chris Ship reported that the legal team of Prince Harry’s wife has filed for an interim injunction, an action taken during an urgent court proceeding, which allows for interim measures to be obtained before a final judgment. “They say it is because they are very confident about the outcome of this trial,” the expert wrote.


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Meghan Markle on all fronts

After thanking her first lawyer for the services of Justin Rushbrooke QC, the Duchess of Sussex is determined to win and does not hesitate to attack anyone who touches her privacy, no matter the cost. A few months ago, she sued a news agency for selling pictures of her and her son Archie in Vancouver. Last August, her efforts were rewarded when the law agreed to protect the identities of her five friends who had given interviews to a magazine. A tough Meghan.

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