Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Reveal They Are Waiting For Their Second Child. However,
It was revealed that Meghan may have given clues regarding her pregnancy before it was officially announced.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry delighted fans on Valentine's Day with the news that they were expecting a second child. However, it has recently been revealed that previously, Meghan had most likely provided clues regarding her pregnancy before it was officially announced.
Last week, Meghan won her court battle against Associated Newspapers, publisher of Mail on Sunday and Mail Online, over their publication of part of a private letter she wrote to her father in 2018. The case was prevented from going to court after Meghan's lawyer successfully requested a summary decision. , which made the Associated Newspapers Letters defense rejected.
If the judge, Mr Justice Warby, does not give a brief decision, Meghan may be asked to appear in court. The original date for the start of the trial was scheduled for January 11, but in October 2020, Meghan asked the court to postpone it for "secret reasons", and the date was pushed back to October 15, 2021.
While the kingdom has not been officially confirmed, it now seems the public is assuming that the "secret" reason is about Meghan's pregnancy. After Justice Warby found the Associated Newspapers had violated Meghan's "reasonable expectation" of privacy by publishing her letter, as well as violating her copyright, the Duchess released a strong statement about her court victory.
"After two long years of pursuing litigation, I thank the court for holding Associated Newspapers and Mail on Sunday to account for their illegal and inhuman practices," he said, as the Guardian reported.
"These tactics, and the tactics of their sister publications Mail Online and Daily Mail, are nothing new," continued Meghan. "For this outlet, it's a game. For me and many others, it's real life, real relationships, and very real sadness. The damage they have done and continue to do is deep."
"The world needs reliable, fact-checked, high-quality news. What the Mail on Sunday and its partner publications do is the opposite. We all lose when misinformation sells more than truth, when moral exploitation sells more than politeness, and when companies create their business model to benefit from the suffering of the people, "concluded the Duchess. "But, as of today, with comprehensive victories over privacy and copyright, we all win."