The London appeal court on Thursday rejected the appeal presented by a British newspaper, convicted of an attack on the private life of Meghan Markle after publishing a letter that Prince Harry’s wife had sent to her father.
“The appeal is rejected”, said the judge to the editor of the Mail on Sunday, the Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL) group. The court “Upholds the decision that the Duchess could reasonably expect her private life to be respected”, added the court.
Meghan Markle celebrated his victory against the appeal trial and expressed hope that the decision will change the tabloid industry.
“This is a victory for me, but also for anyone who has been afraid to stand up for what is fair.”, reacted Meghan Markle it’s a statement.
“Most importantly, we are now collectively brave enough to reshape a tabloid industry that pushes people to be cruel and profits from the lies and pain they create.”
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