After fighting with the Mail on Sunday (aka The Daily Mail’s sister publication) for two years, a judge declared Meghan Markle the winner of her privacy lawsuit against them, and there will not be a trial. After Meghan won her summary judgment against the Mail on Sunday in February, they applied for permission to appeal the decision. Well, I hope Prince Harry’s arms are close to a bottle of champagne and a corkscrew, because he and Meghan have reason to celebrate. That appeal was effectively shut down.
Meghan Markle Is Trying To Get Her Lawsuit Against The Mail On Sunday Settled Without Going To Trial
When we last left the current status of Meghan Markle’s lawsuit against Associated Newspapers, the publishers of The Mail on Sunday and The Daily Mail, her legal team asked a judge to postpone the trial for nine months. A reason was not specifically given, due to a confidentiality agreement. The trial was supposed to happen late last year or early this year, but a judge agreed to her request, and the estimated time of trial arrival was Fall 2021. Getting your trial pushed to a better date is good. But what would be great – at least according to Meghan’s legal team – would be if the trial didn’t happen at all.
When word of Finding Freedom, the book about Prince Hot Ginge and Meghan Markle exiting stage left from the Royal Family, came out, a rep for PHG and Meghan said that they didn’t do an interview for the book and didn’t contribute to it at all, even though if you ran a blacklight over the book’s pages you’d probably see their fingerprints all over it. Well, thanks to her lawsuit against The Mail on Sunday, Meghan has admitted that she did give a little info to the authors of Finding Freedom, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, but that she didn’t do it directly and she only did it to get her side out. If that revelation had a soundtrack, it’d be the DUH part of that Billie Eilish song.
Last year, Meghan Markle hit one of her arch-rivals, Associated Newspapers, the publisher of The Mail On Sunday and The Daily Mail, with a lawsuit for publishing parts of a private letter she sent to her loyal (to his checking account) and devoted (to again, his checking account) father Thomas Markle a few months after she married Prince Hot Ginge. Even though many of us are on lockdown and turning our kitchens into fucking San Francisco by churning out sourdough bread on the hour, a preliminary hearing in Meghan’s case was held virtually last week. I really need to see the clips of the barristers arguing on Zoom while working those Dangerous Liaisons wigs as they make sourdough at the same time. The judge in the case has made some decisions and the decisions were against Meghan’s case. Okay, but again, I need to know if the judge used a piece of sourdough as a gavel while making those rulings.
From The Department Of Read The Damn Room: Prince Hot Ginge And Meghan Markle Have Broken Up With Four British Tabloids In A Letter
Prince Hot Ginge and Meghan Markle have made it Windex fresh clear that they would rather play Fortnite with Prince William and Duchess Kate on a commercial flight than deal with the British tabloids. They’ve thrown lawsuits at the British tabloids. They’ve shit on the British tabloids in written statements and on TV. Not only have those in the back heard how much PHG and Meghan hate the British tabloids, those in the next building (hell, in the next zip code) have heard it. But they have let us know again in a break-up letter to four British tabloids, telling those lie-telling bitches to lose their number because they are done communicating with them FOREVER. PHG and Meghan’s latest slap down on the British tabloids is happening because of a new filing in her case against one of the tabloids. But still, everyone has taken a break from dealing with a full-on pandemic to shed another tear over PHG and Meghan’s famous people media woes.
Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Will Reportedly Pay For Their Own Security When They Start Making Enough Money
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently living the good life in Canada, but since they’re the type of famous in which they can’t even take their dogs out for a poo in the woods without being photograph, they need a security team. And so far, no one has really figured out who was going to pay for it.
Buckingham Palace hasn’t said whether they’ll foot the bill, or if they’ll invoice Canadian taxpayers for that. Harry and Meghan have explained that they plan on being totally financially independent with the help of some multi-million dollar deals (despite the fact that they’ll still get an allowance from Prince Charles). The Telegraph now claims that Harry and Meghan are trying to work out a deal where they’ll only pay for some of their security bill, and only if they end up making loads of money.