The Duchess of Sussex's lawyers insist "we were prepared for this potential outcome" after a U.K. tabloid won the right to question her on whether she co-operated with a bombshell biography.
The Duchess of Sussex will be accused of "extensive co-operation" with the authors of biography Finding Freedom in her privacy case against the Mail on Sunday next year in a significant setback.
The Duchess of Sussex will today be told whether she must testify under oath about claims she provided "extensive co-operation" to the authors of a biography.
Trump renewed his narrative against the U.S. press at a campaign ralley in Pennsylvania, saying that it's a "beautiful sight" when journalists are removed from broadcasts.
Kate Middleton has won extensive edits to a disparaging article in U.K. society magazine Tatler but allegations of a rift with Meghan Markle over bridesmaids outfits remains online.
Meghan Markle and a U.K. newspaper she is suing for privacy have been accused of "disproportionate" costs in a court fight over the breakdown of her relationship with her father.
Meghan Markle may have to testify over allegations she gave "extensive co-operation" to the authors of best-selling biography Finding Freedom in her tabloid privacy case.
Meghan Markle has dropped the celebrity lawyer who represented Johnny Depp in his case against Amber Heard ahead of a court hearing today.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been told they should swerve the "expense" of celebrity London law firm Schillings in favor of Britain's press watchdog Ipso.
The Duchess of Sussex may be virtually guaranteed victory in a law suit against a major paparazzi agency operating in the U.K. and U.S. thanks to a princess from Monaco, legal experts tell Newsweek.
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Markle will tomorrow learn whether five young mothers who defended her in magazine interviews can be named as part of her newspaper privacy case.
The Duchess of Sussex claims a newspaper wants to name five close friends as part of a "vicious" campaign for "clickbait" headlines and her legal team will today attempt to convince a judge to keep them secret.
The Duchess of Sussex tells her newspaper privacy case why she stopped sending money to her father Thomas Markle after four years of payments.
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Meghan Markle says a U.K. tabloid wants to name five friends who defended her for "clickbait and commercial gain" but the Mail on Sunday has dismissed the allegation.
The Duchess of Sussex's five close friends who defended amid a media storm about her relationship with her father are seen as "potential witnesses" by her lawyers, a source tells Newsweek.
The Duchess of Sussex has accused the 'Mail on Sunday' of trying to create a "circus" for "clickbait" by publishing the names of five friends who defended her in anonymous magazine interviews.
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The Duchess of Sussex will prove a U.K. newspapers allegations against her "categorically untrue" with her latest court filing about a wall of silence at Kensington Palace, a friend tells Newsweek.
The Duchess of Sussex was "pregnant, unprotected by the institution" of monarchy and "prohibited from defending herself" against allegations in the U.K. media, court papers claim.