Meghan Markle has requested to delay her trial against The Mail on Sunday’s publisher, Associated Newspapers. The trial — which will last between eight to 10 days — was supposed to start in early January at the High Court in London.
Justice Warby will hear the arguments on Thursday, October 29, and the application will be considered at an online hearing, which will be held in private. Markle’s costs and case management were also supposed to be discussed on October 29, but that will also be delayed.
Since the Associated Newspapers’ lawyers are able to include the tell-all book, Finding Freedom, in their client’s defense, this has created “more work for Meghan’s lawyers,” ITV’s royal editor Chris Ship noted on Twitter.
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“Meghan’s legal team is now applying for a ‘Summary Judgement’ which would make the whole trial in ……
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