Prince Harry arrived at the Supreme Court in London this week, where the lawsuit he filed against the publishers of the British Daily Mail is currently underway, accusing him of gross invasion of his privacy, which he claims included hacking into his personal phone, using private investigators, eavesdropping and other illegal acts that caused him great chaos and suffering in his life.
One person who did not show up to support her husband, the first royal to testify in court in 132 years, is his wife, Meghan Markle, who chose to stay with their children in the United States.
Harry outside the courthouse, photo: EPA
Even earlier this year, when the legal proceedings began, Harry arrived alone, just as he did at the coronation of his father, King Charles, last May.
True to the image of the wayward prince, he once again started off on the left foot when he came to testify a day late after being delayed in Los Angeles celebrating his daughter Lilibet's birthday. The judge was puzzled by this decision and had to listen to the excuses of the prince's lawyer.
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