Meghan’s lawyers have returned to London’s High Court weeks after winning the Duchess of Sussex’s privacy claim against Associated Newspapers. Ian Mill QC, who represents Meghan, has outlined what the Duchess of Sussex is now requesting the publisher of the Daily Mail, MailOnline and Mail on Sunday.
The barrister said Meghan was willing to “cap her damages” for misuse of private information “at a nominal award”, in order to “avoid the need for time and cost to be incurred in debating these issues”.
Mr Mill also asked for ANL to pay £750,000 within two weeks as “an interim payment on account” of Meghan’s legal costs in bringing the claim.
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