As Meghan Markle’s privateness case will get unraveled, 4 of her royal aides are additionally anticipated to present proof in opposition to Associated Publishers.
According to BBC, former non-public secretary to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Samantha Cohen, former director of communications, Sara Latham, communications secretary, Jason Knauf and former deputy communications secretary Christian Jones, might be testifying within the court docket within the former actor’s lawsuit in opposition to publishers of the Mail on Sunday and the Daily Mail over breach of privateness and copyright.
The royal aides, famously dubbed “the Palace Four”, would preserve neutrality of their stance.
The legal professionals of the previous aides stated in a letter: “None of our purchasers welcomes his or her potential involvement on this litigation, which has arisen purely because of the efficiency of his or her duties of their respective jobs on the materials time.”
“Nor does any of our purchasers want to take sides within the dispute between your respective purchasers. Our purchasers are all strictly impartial,” it went on to say.
“They have little interest in aiding both social gathering to the proceedings. Their solely curiosity is in making certain a degree enjoying discipline, insofar as any proof they are able to give is anxious,” the legal professionals added.
They went on so as to add the three points they may deliver to mild concerning Meghan’s notorious letter to her father Thomas Markle: “The creation of the letter and the electronic draft”; “whether or not the claimant anticipated that the letter might come into the public domain”; and whether or not the duchess was “immediately or not directly offered non-public info, usually and in relation to the letter particularly, to the authors of Finding Freedom.”