Prince Harry, the younger son of King Charles, will be the first prince to take the stand.
On May 6, Prince Harry went to his father’s coronation. Soon, he will be the first UK prince to testify in court in 130 years.
The Duke of Sussex is fighting the Mirror Group of newspapers in the UK. He says that between 1991 and 2011, they did illegal things to get stories about him, which the newspapers say is “slim to non-existent.” The distributor says that the claims are false.
The younger son of King Charles III, Harry, will be the first senior British prince to testify in court next month. His case is being criticized by those who disagree with him.
According to The Times, the publisher’s lawyer, Andrew Green KC, told the Court that evidence of call data to back phone hacking claims was “slim to non-existent” and that many of the stories were “breathtakingly trivial.”
Harry, Meghan Markle’s husband, is one of up to 100 well-known people, not all of whom are named, who are suing the Mirror Group for illegally getting stories through phone hacking, lying, and other means.