The wife of Prince Harry – Meghan Markle has recently accused Britain’s tabloid media for the rift with her family. She claimed that the media has harassed and manipulated her father which led to a rift between them and British Royal’s lawyers have filed documents to London’s High Court on Monday as well.
Fallout with family because of the media?
Meghan has accused Associated Newspapers, the publisher of the Mail on Sunday tabloid as well as they have printed a letter she sent to her father, Thomas Markle. She sued them for breaching her privacy. In the document to the High Court before the hearing on Friday, Meghan’s lawyers shared that tabloid newspapers, particularly the Mail, had behaved badly with her father which witnessed a fallout between them and misquoted from the letter she sent him as well.
However, the former Royal couple has recently decided that they wouldn’t work with four of Britain’s tabloid newspapers anymore. Their legal action came after this. They also said that they are going to take a “zero engagement” policy with them and have sent a letter to The Sun, Daily Mail, Daily Express and Daily Mirror on Sunday evening as well which also included the details of their new policy which also included the Guardian, Financial Times and ITV News too.
Meghan & Harry’s Texts To Thomas Markle Ultimately Finds It’s Way In Court Papers
“This policy is not about avoiding criticism. It’s not about shutting down public conversation or censoring accurate reporting,” their representatives were quoted as saying to the media. “Media have every right to report on and indeed have an opinion on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, good or bad. But it can’t be based on a lie.”
Moreover, the Financial Times further shared that under the new policy, the tabloids would not get any updates and photographs from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle and they could also be blocked from attending their media events as well in future.
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