At a recent hearing, Prince Harry spoke on behalf of King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla, revealing their phone conversations were hacked in the 1990s.
Lawyers for the Duke of Sussex have alleged that The Sun newspaper was involved in the hack and that the newspaper’s publisher, News Group Newspapers (NGN), illegally gathered information about him and his family.
Harry’s lawyers argued that if the then Prince of Wales and Camilla’s phone calls were intercepted, his own private information was also at risk. NGN has denied all of the prince’s allegations, as well as those made by actor Hugh Grant in a separate claim.
Earlier court documents also made headlines with Harry’s claim that his brother had received a large sum of money as part of a settlement with the newspaper.