Prince Harry and Meghan have made it clear that they will use the courts to challenge things they believe are unfair—from Meghan’s high profile win against the publishers of the Mail on Sunday after they printed parts of a letter to her father to Harry’s latest legal challenge to the UK’s Home Office over his family’s security. This evening, a spokesperson for Prince Harry confirmed to Town & Country that he has filed a new complaint against Associated Newspapers Limited, which publishes the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday and Mail Online.
The Daily Telegraph was the first to report the story, revealing that Harry filed a libel action against Associated Newspapers Limited this afternoon. As well as his ongoing case against the Home Office, he currently has alleged phone hacking cases pending against the owners of the News of the World, the Sun and the Daily Mirror.
It is believed that the Prince’s latest libel complaint relates to a Mail on Sunday story published over the weekend about his legal battle with the Home Office.
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SOURCE: Town & Country, Victoria Murphy