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There was a surprise this morning in Great Britain, when
landed in the kingdom to participate in a preliminary hearing as part of a lawsuit filed against Associated Newspapers, the publisher of the "Daily Mail".
The prince is one of several celebrities and other well-known people who filed the lawsuit against the publisher on the grounds of alleged illegal information collection. This is the first time, according to estimates, that the prince returns to Britain since the funeral of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, held in September.
plaintiffs In the bag next to the prince are also the singer
and his husband
and the actresses
The claim is for misuse of private information.
The attorneys for the plaintiffs argued that: "There is very convincing and solid evidence that they were victims of criminal activity and a gross violation of privacy."
In a statement issued on their behalf, it was claimed that the illegal acts included hiring private investigators and placing wiretapping devices inside cars and homes that recorded private phone conversations.
The publisher rejected the claims and called them "refusal" and "a planned and pre-orchestrated attempt to drag the Daily Mail into a phone hacking scandal."
The publisher's spokesman added that "the claims are unfounded and highly defamatory, not based on any reliable evidence."
In just six weeks, at the beginning of May, the coronation of Harry's father,
King Charles III
, will take place . It is not yet known whether the Dukes from Sussex intend to reach the coronation,
The British Royal Family