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Abandoning the Queen’s tactic, Meghan and Harry facing a “lifelong battle”

Abandoning the Queen’s tactic, Meghan and Harry facing a “lifelong battle”

Abandoning the Queen’s tactic, Meghan and Harry facing a “lifelong battle”
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The Duke of Sussex, 37, is suing the Mail on Sunday’s publishers after a report said he was “trying to keep his legal dispute with the government over police bodyguards a secret.” Harry alleges that the newspaper coverage harmed his charitable activities and caused him “severe injury.”

The Duke is suing for libel, alleging “damages including aggravated damages.”

The tabloid’s report focused on another of Harry’s court challenges, since the Duke is now embroiled in a legal struggle with the British government over police security.

Harry has challenged the Home Office’s decision to refuse him and his family the ability to pay for police protection while in the UK.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have taken the tabloids to court in the past.

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After breaking the Royal Family’s customary “never complain, never explain” ethos, Amber Melville-Brown, global head of reputation at international law firm Withers, told Newsweek that the pair might be trapped in a “life-long struggle” of litigation.

The Queen Mother is claimed to have adopted the phrase when she became Queen Consort in 1936, and it was then handed down to her own daughter, Queen Elizabeth II.

According to Amber Melville-Brown, if the Duke and Duchess of Sussex continue to sue the press, they will “find themselves very busy.”

As She told the Newsweek, “Meghan and Harry are engaged in what will inevitably be a life-long battle with the British tabloids; they will not be strangers to scrutiny, criticism and at times serious accusations; and if they complain, explain and bring suit each time scrutiny and serious accusations are sent their way, they will find themselves very busy.”

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