Lawyers for the Duchess of Sussex would have come to her defense recently after assuring that Prince Harry’s wife would not have collaborated with authors of the book “Finding Freedom” as several versions claim
On this occasion, it would have been the lawyers of the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle who have come to her defense to reiterate that Harry’s wife did not participate with the authors of “Finding Freedom”, as it has become known by some media.
Among the many controversies surrounding the Duchess of Sussex, more emerged a few months ago since the launch of a work itself that would portray Meghan as royalty as well as some of the reasons that made her resign were announced. the authors called it ” Finding Freedom “.
It would also address the process that Meghan and Prince Harry went through in their decision to renounce royalty and become completely independent, which would surely inspire the title of said work.
Before its launch, it sparked a lot of controversies after various versions pointed out that Meghan would have been behind what was embodied there in addition to also pointing out that she was talking about the treatment of some royals, mainly Queen Elizabeth and the Dukes of Cambridge.
Among some of the alleged conjectures, it was ensured that this work would definitely break the ties that still existed between Harry and his family since apparently, Meghan would expose the humiliations and indifference that she experienced during her time in royalty, according to what they have noted the various versions.
However, the blood bond between Harry, his brother, and other members has apparently managed to pass some tests and although they do not seem to be closer they are not further apart.
It has even been revealed that Harry plans to visit the United Kingdom after the measures for the contingency are further relaxed, as it was known in recent days
Meanwhile, Meghan’s defense tries to make it go well against many of her detractors, who blame her for her departure from royalty among other things.
MEGHAN’S LEGAL BATTLE AGAINST THE PRESS
Recently it was revealed that the defense of a British tabloid that Meghan would have sued for “invasion of privacy” revealed that the Duchess would have cooperated closely with the authors of a book about her relationship with Prince Harry where they argue, ” would make personal information public, “which Meghan’s lawyers have flatly denied.
It was at a hearing last month that the Mail on Sunday editor sought to ratify her defense by addressing the content of the book about Meghan and Harry that was published just last August.
In the argument he presented to the tribunal, he points out that the work entitled “Finding Freedom” contains a lot of information about Meghan’s life as well as details on the estranged relationship with her father.
This refers to the fact that she herself has made various aspects of her life public, while she has started a legal battle with the tabloids for revealing things that she assures “were private” when they also point out that friends of the Duchess herself would talk about it in exclusive interviews with other means, the latter referring to the relationship with Thomas Markle.
Even the straw that broke the camel’s back for Meghan was that the tabloid would have revealed excerpts of a letter that she will send to her father Thomas Markle, from whom she would have left after her wedding to Prince Harry, since her father allegedly did not follow the rules of royalty planned for the marriage of the grandson of Elizabeth II and Meghan in May 2018, in addition to the alleged interviews that he gave to other media, and finally he would have pointed out to his father to reveal the content of the letter, which marked his distancing.
The duchess sued specifically the Mail on Sunday sites and the MailOnline website for publishing five articles in February 2019, revealing excerpts of those letters that she wrote to her father, following her wedding to Prince Harry.
WHAT DOES MEGHAN INTEND TO GAIN?
Until now, the Duchess of Sussex would seek to obtain damages from the publisher Associated Newspapers Ltd. for “abuse of private information, violation of rights and breaches of data protection” as specified in her lawsuit.
In this war of which it is unknown who could end up winning, however, the editor has already made a new attack, arguing that Meghan should have known that the content of said letter could be made public.
For now, some other editors have endorsed the theory that Meghan and Harry could be behind the authors of the work “Finding Freedom” Carolyn Durand and Omid Scobie, although Meghan’s lawyers completely deny that this is so.
The plaintiff and her husband did not collaborate with the authors of the book, nor were they interviewed for the same, nor did they provide photographs to the authors of the book, ”Meghan’s attorney, Justin Sherbrooke, said in a written statement.
Meanwhile, it has been revealed that this past Monday’s court session was the most recent preliminary hearing for “high profile” the trial is scheduled to start in January.