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Prince Harry: Private SMS surfaced – Has the Royal Family insulted him?

Prince Harry is said to have been “constantly insulted” by his own family. This comes from cell phone messages that seem to come directly from Duchess Meghan.

London – The legal battle between the publisher Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL) and Duchess Meghan (40) is taking on new proportions. The basis of the conflict is the leaked letter that Meghan wrote to her father Thomas Markle (77) a long time ago. Now, in this context, private text messages from the 40-year-old are said to have surfaced, in which there is talk of insults against Prince Harry (37). * reveals what you can read about Prince Harry and his family in the cell phone news.

The disputes between Duchess Meghan and ANL could almost have been put aside, now the dispute reveals new and surprising details. After excerpts of a letter from Meghan to her father Thomas Markle had been printed in the “Mail on Sunday” and “Mail Online”, the Duchess had filed a lawsuit against the publisher. Although the court has already awarded her rights, ANL took action against the judgment. In the appointment process, new information comes to light almost every day. “Sky News” has now published screenshots of cell phone messages that the 40-year-old is said to have sent to her former communications manager Jason Knauf. The text messages indicate that Prince Harry was allegedly attacked and verbally abused by the British royal family. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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