United Kingdom: Meghan Markle admits to participating in her unofficial biography

Before British justice, Meghan Markle admitted to providing information on herself and her husband Prince Harry to the authors of an unofficial biography. The Duchess has apologized to the court.

Meghan Markle has admitted to British courts that she provided information on herself and her husband Prince Harry to the authors of an unofficial biography she previously hinted at in a lawsuit against a British tabloid.

The American actress, 40, on Sunday won her breach of privacy lawsuit against Mel in February. She accused him of publishing a letter she wrote in 2018 asking her 77-year-old father, Thomas Markle, to stop lying and lying to the media about their broken relationship.

During the appeals investigated in London until Thursday, the popular tabloid is now opposing the decision. The Duchess of Sussex’s allegations were weakened on Wednesday by testimony from the couple’s former communications secretary Jason Knauf in California.

“I apologize to the court”

Bringing water in the mail on the Sunday Mill, which seeks to demonstrate that Meghan Markle regularly sought to influence public opinion, the latter claiming to have provided the couple’s private information to the authors of unofficial biographies of the royal couple did, “Finding Freedom” ” (“Harry and Meghan, freed”). The book project, according to her, was “discussed regularly” and “directly with the Duchess, in person and by e-mail”.

In written testimony provided to the court, Meghan admitted to being involved in the writing of the book – which she and her husband had always denied until then – and of not specifying it in the first place in order to mislead the court. apologized for “I acknowledge that Mr. Knauf provided the information to the authors and that he did so with my knowledge,” she explains, however, “that the information he shared (that) was unknown”.

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“I apologize to the court for not remembering these exchanges at the time,” the Duchess continues. However, Ms Markle argued that the information shared with the authors was “far from the very detailed personal information” the Mail published on Sunday.

The 37-year-old Prince Harry, sixth in the line of succession to the British crown, has repeatedly condemned media pressure on his couple and called it the main reason for withdrawing from the royal family, effective April 2020. British tabloids, often without pity on the Duchess, have made a big splash with their backpedaling. The Sun on Thursday dedicated its title to a caricature of Meghan, titled “Madam Stunned,” in reference to the “Sir, Madam” series of children’s books.

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