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Meghan Markle’s court win acknowledged by British tabloid

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Over the weekend, Meghan Markle got a court-mandated front-page mea culpa from a U.K. tabloid. In 2019, Mail on Sunday published parts of a private letter from Markle to her estranged father. A British court ruled in her favor in her claims of copyright infringement.