The long conflict between the tabloid media and Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan,
chalk another win for Harry: The Mail on Sunday in London apologized and issued a
correction over a story that reported Harry had “turned his back” on his prized military associations.
It’s the third time this year a media outlet or photo agency apologized or corrected
for something published that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex considered inaccurate, defamatory or intrusive.
This latest instance involved the same tabloid newspaper publisher, Associated Newspapers
, that Meghan is already suing for copyright infringement and invasion of privacy
over publication of a private letter she wrote to her estranged father in 2018