Prince Harry has lastly settled his authorized battle with British tabloids the Mail on Sunday and MailOnline.
As per an announcement by his legal professional Jenny Afia, the Duke of Sussex wrapped up his libel lawsuit in opposition to the publishers of the paper over falsely claiming that he “turned his back on the Royal Marines.”
Afia advised court docket on Monday: “Every article reported that The Duke of Sussex had turned his again on the Royal Marines, had snubbed the British Armed Forces and ignored correspondence from Lord Dannatt, a former Chief of the Common Employees.”
“All of those allegations are false, because the Mail on Sunday and the MailOnline have now accepted, albeit after appreciable injury was already completed,” added the legal professional.
In response to her, the writer was “immediately put on notice of the falsity and egregious nature of its allegations.”
Prince Harry has accepted the settlement provide which incorporates an apology, as per Afia, “despite his view that the content and prominence of the proposed apology would not be commensurate with the original story and subsequent harm caused, so as not to unnecessarily protract the litigation.”