The Duke of Sussex prince Harry has made a significant arrival at the High Court in London to provide testimony in his landmark lawsuit against the publisher of the Daily Mirror.
He accuses the Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN), which publishes various titles such as the Sunday Mirror and Sunday People, of engaging in unlawful practices to obtain information. These alleged methods include phone hacking, deceptive tactics known as “blagging,” and the use of private investigators for illicit activities. Prince Harry is seeking damages in his legal action against them.
The Duke of Sussex files a law suit
Prince Harry arrived at the High Court in London for a momentous appearance in his lawsuit against the publisher of the Daily Mirror. He alleges that Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN), the publisher of titles like the Sunday Mirror and Sunday People, resorted to illegal methods to gather information against him.
The duke was expected to arrive at court on Monday but is going to testify on Tuesday, he will become the first prince to do so for 130 years.
Harry, mentioned that his relationship with his brother, the Prince of Wales, was strained due to the publication of articles by the Mirror publisher, leading to a sense of “mistrust.”