Meghan Markle Demands £1.5 Million In Costs And A Front-Page Apology From Associated Newspapers After Privacy Case Win

By Becca Longmire. 1 hour ago Meghan Markle is asking for a front-page apology and a down payment of £450,000 to cover her legal costs of around £1.5 million total (around $2.6 million CAD) amid her case against Associated Newspapers Ltd. (ANL).
According to the Guardian, a remote hearing Tuesday also saw a high court judge order the Mail on Sunday to hand over any copies they’d obtained of a private, handwritten letter she’d sent her dad Thomas Markle.
The outlet previously published the letter, with the “Suits” alum arguing that it was an invasion of her privacy and the court eventually agreed. It was disclosed that she’d won the high-profile privacy suit last month.
The handwritten note was sent by Meghan to her dad in August 2018, after she tied the knot with Prince Harry in May of that year. The five articles in question were published in February 2019.
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