The Duke of Sussex is due to resume giving evidence in his High Court claim against the publisher of the Daily Mirror over alleged unlawful information gathering.
Prince Harry is the first senior royal since the 19th century to face cross-examination in a witness box. He alleges that Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) used methods including phone hacking to publish 140 stories about his private life from 1996 to 2010, and 33 of these have been selected to be considered at the trial.
The royal said in court yesterday that this alleged behaviour was “utterly vile” and “led to bouts of depression and paranoia”. MGN claims the articles came from a range of legitimate sources, rather than unlawful means, such as other royals, members of the royal household and freelance journalists.
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