MEGHAN Markle could get more than £1.5million after successfully winning her three-year High Court privacy battle.
The Mail on Sunday has acknowledged the Duchess of Sussex won her copyright claim against the newspaper’s publisher for printing extracts of a letter she wrote to her estranged dad – and have agreed to pay “financial remedies”.
Her team said her legal costs were estimated to be £1.5m – demanding half was paid within 14 days – but Lord Justice Warby ordered the Mail on Sunday to pay £450,000 in costs, with the possibility of more to be paid in the future.
The news comes as Prince Harry and Meghan are said to be enjoying their time in California.
Meghan’s pal told PEOPLE how she has been “gearing up for the holidays” and added: “They are loving life in California.”
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