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Prince Harry has to pay almost £50,000 to tabloids

Prince Harry has to pay almost £50,000 to tabloids

British Prince Harry must pay 48,447 pounds sterling (about 57,000 euros) in a legal dispute with the publisher of the Mail on Sunday newspaper.

Youngest son of King Charles III. He sued publisher ANL over an opinion article about another pending lawsuit against the UK Home Office and was hoping for a speedy trial. But this request was rejected. According to the media, Harry now has until December 29 to pay the other party’s legal fees.

“Reputation damaged”

Harry’s lawsuit against ANL (Associated Newspapers Limited), which is now being heard in court, relates to an opinion article in which the royal family expressed He sees his reputation damaged. He was accused of giving the wrong impression of his willingness to pay for police protection in Great Britain. According to the comment, he did not make an offer to pay the costs until after the legal dispute became public. Harry denies this.

In the proceedings against the British Home Office, which were heard orally last week, Harry wants to ensure he and his family receive full police protection despite leaving the inner circle of the British royal family. Otherwise, Harry says, he will no longer be able to easily come to Britain with his family. A committee had previously decided to reduce the level of personal protection for Harry.

Harry and his wife, Duchess Meghan (42 years old), separated from the royal family nearly four years ago. The couple now lives in California with their children, Prince Archie (4 years old) and Princess Lilibet (2 years old).

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