Meghan Markle has won her privacy claim against the Mail on Sunday over the publication of a "personal and private" handwritten letter to her estranged father, Thomas Markle.
In a High Court judgment on Thursday, Mr Justice Warby granted Meghan "summary judgment" in her claim for misuse of private information against the publisher of the Mail on Sunday and MailOnline over the publication of the letter.
Meghan was suing Associated Newspapers Ltd (ANL), the publisher of the Mail On Sunday and MailOnline, for breach of copyright, infringement of her privacy, and breaches of the Data Protection Act over articles which showed parts of a letter she had written to her father, 76, in August 2018.
Sections of the letter that Meghan wrote to her father were published in the newspaper and online in February 2019.
The headline on the article read: "Revealed: The letter showing true tragedy of Meghan's rift with a father she says has 'broken her heart into a million pieces'."
Last summer, it was ruled that the newspaper publishers could also include the book Finding Freedom, written about the Sussexes, their relationship and their decision to step away from royal life, as part of their defence - a decision Meghan's legal team tried to get overturned.