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Prince Harry ‘on a MISSION’ to avenge Diana’s death – ‘He’s not going to give up!’

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Prince Harry has been fighting a long and bitter war against some newspapers in Britain, particularly those known as tabloids. These tabloids are known for their sensational stories and invasive reporting on the lives of celebrities and members of the royal family.

One of the major battles in Prince Harry’s war against the tabloids was his claim that his phone was hacked by a newspaper called The Sun. He accused the newspaper’s publisher, News Group Newspapers (NGN), of invading his privacy and illegally accessing his personal messages and calls. This case was brought to court, and many people were watching closely to see how it would unfold.

However, recently, a judge made a decision that dealt a heavy blow to Prince Harry’s case. The judge said that Harry’s claims were not believable and lacked enough evidence to support them. The judge called Harry’s statements “implausible, inherently unlikely, and vague.” As a result, the case against The Sun’s publisher, NGN, was thrown out of court, leaving Harry disappointed and frustrated.

Despite this setback, Prince Harry is not giving up his fight against the tabloids. He still has other ongoing legal battles against different newspapers. Some people believe that his determination to take on the press stems from a desire to protect his family, especially after the tragic death of his mother, Princess Diana, in 1997. Harry has often spoken out about the negative impact of media intrusion on his mental health and well-being.

On the other hand, some critics think that Harry’s battles are fueled by a personal vendetta, and they question the legitimacy of his claims. They argue that he is trying to get back at the media for their treatment of him and his family over the years.

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Ingrid Seward, who is the Editor in Chief of Majesty Magazine, suggests that the royal family, including Harry’s father Prince Charles and his brother Prince William, has been cautious in dealing with the press. They often prefer to settle such matters outside of court to avoid more negative publicity. Ingrid believes that Harry’s fight is not just about the press but also about seeking justice for his mother’s memory.

On the other side of the debate, Rebecca Jane, a political figure, strongly disagrees with Prince Harry’s approach. She calls him delusional and a fantasist, accusing him of making up stories without any substantial evidence. Rebecca thinks that Harry’s actions will only lead to more unhappiness for him and that he should let go of the fight.

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