The Duchess of Sussex is prepared to reveal details of royal public funding in her court case against a British newspaper, as she disputes its description of her “immense wealth and privilege”. The Duchess, who is suing the Mail on Sunday over the publication of a handwritten letter to her father, will “refer to the true position as to the nature and extent to which she and her husband were ‘publicly funded'” as part of the trial, legal documents say. Paperwork filed by the Duchess’s legal team states that it will deal with what it calls the “(supposed) amount of money or privilege she has”, arguing it should not affect her right to privacy. The disclosures could go into unprecedented detail about funding for the Royal family. Until now, a limited amount of information is made public through annual accounts, which omit details such as security costs. READ MORE:Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and son Archie video call Queen Elizabeth II on her birthdayPrince Charles didn’t know about Harry and Meghan’s media boycott plans Prince Charles will fund Harry and Meghan for a year and then the royal plan is up for reviewQueen knew we would never let Harry and Meghan have… Read full this story
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