Win or lose against the Mail on Sunday, the princess has displayed courage in breaking free of the media’s expectations

A consensus is building around the case of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex v the Mail on Sunday: even if she wins, she still loses. This is different to the argument by the newspaper, which disputes her copyright claim over the contents of a letter, and which, in response to allegations that her privacy has been traduced, has floated the public interest defence: people have a right to know the nature of her character.

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