It’s simple: it doesn’t matter if it’s someone in the show business (or royalty), or any other common person out of the way. If you get into his personal life, it is clear that there will be problems, and more when you mess with the British royal house and its members.
Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, better known as the Dukes of Sussex, They have already separated from royal duties, but that does not mean that they continue to have that privileged role that the simple fact of being born in the midst of royalty grants them.
On this occasion, an English medium tried to be clever with little Archie’s mother, It occurred to him that it was a good idea to publish an intimate letter that the duchess wrote for her father in 2018, a message that had all the characteristics of being merely personal.
It is the tabloid newspaper that bears the name Mail on Sunday, same who was sued for violation of privacy to the London court, which awarded the case to Judge Mark Warby who ruled in favor of the royal saying that “I had a reasonable expectation that the content of the letter would remain private.”
The letter was personal, and details the differences that exist between the former actress and her father before the royal wedding, where he asked her to stop talking to the press, among other things addressed to her father, whom she has not seen since. it’s been a long time now.
The judge continued to detail the conduct of the media, explaining that “they interfered with that expectation” and acting in this way “is illegal.”
Still, Megan’s legal team was trying to resolve this matter through a summary trial, an instance that allows solving cases without the need to reach a major judicial process, but this request was denied by the magistrate, who cited both parties to a new trial on March 2.
In this regard Markle mentioned the following:
For those who make those posts, it is a game. For me and so many others, it is true life, true relationships, and a very real sadness. The damage they caused and continue to cause is profound … they are inhumane practices … “You cannot take someone’s private life and exploit it in a shameful way for two years”