Meghan stated in a statement that “This victory is not only for me but also for everyone who ever felt afraid to speak up for the right.” 

She said, “While this victory is precedent-setting, it is what really matters is that we collectively are brave enough to remake a tabloid business that compels people to be cruel and makes money from the pain and lies that they tell.” Since day one I treated the lawsuit as a measure of right or wrong. It was treated by the defendant as a game without rules. The longer they dragged it out, the more they could twist facts and manipulate the public (even during the appeal itself), making a straightforward case extraordinarily convoluted in order to generate more headlines and sell more newspapers—a model that rewards chaos above truth. Over the three-year period since the appeal began, I have been patient despite intimidation, deception and calculated attacks.

She added, “Today, the courts ruled in my favor—again—cementing that The Mail SundayLord possesses it Jonathan RothermereThey have broken the law. The defendant has been held accountable by the courts, and I believe that everyone will do the exact same. It’s still very relevant to your daily life. It could happen to you tomorrow. These harmful practices don’t happen once in a blue moon—they are a daily fail that divide us, and we all deserve better.”

CelebHomes News reached out to Associated Newspapers Limited to request comment, but they have not yet responded.

Meghan Markle has won another victory against a British tabloid after filing a lawsuit over its publication of excerpts from a private letter she wrote her estranged father.

On Wednesday, May 5, a London High Court judge issued a summary judgment in the Duchess of Sussex’s favor regarding an outstanding issue of who owns copyright to the five-page, handwritten letter.