LONDON (Reuters) - Four former senior aides of Meghan, Britain’s Duchess of Sussex, are prepared to give evidence in court over whether she intended a letter she sent to her father to become public, London’s High Court has been told.
FILE PHOTO: Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, arrive to greet members of the public in Kingfisher Bay on Fraser Island in Queensland, Australia October 22, 2018.
Antony White, the paper’s lawyer, on Wednesday told a second day of remote hearings on Meghan’s request for a summary judgment in the case that any involvement of royal aides in drafting the letter “cries out for investigation”.
“Why was the Kensington Palace communications team involved at all in wording the letter?” he said.
A lawyer representing four senior former aides, including Knauf, said they would be prepared to give evidence at a trial, and one or more “would be in a position to shed some light” on some of the contested issues.
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