Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Humiliated: Sussexes Mocked For New Legal Battle, 'Suing Is The New Job'

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle raised eyebrows on social media after the former filed a libel case against Associated Newspapers, the publisher of Mail on Sunday and Daily Mail. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's critics mocked them that their new profession is suing newspapers.

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Mocked On Twitter After Duke Of Sussex Filed Libel Case

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have earned thousands of supporters and critics. Their nitpicker took to social media after learning that Prince Harry filed a libel case against a UK tabloid. Many of them shaded the royal couple, saying they don't get things done because they were too busy filing lawsuits. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have signed a multi-million deal with Spotify and Netflix but haven't produced a new podcast episode or show. Some even jokingly said their new job is suing newspapers.

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"Suing is their new job," one wrote.

"Trying to win court cases seems to be the only revenue generator they have these days," another added.

"And so the victimhood continues," a different user commented.

"Jesus don’t they have jobs to work at," another netizen wrote.

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"And the last thing they actually want is a nice quiet life. If they did they’d stop reading the papers that bring about these 'Suits'….which is, after all, Megan’s forte," another added.

"Living life litigiously," a different user wrote, to which one responded with, "Who knew that that's what thriving meant." Another said Prince Harry "should become the Fresh Prince of Bel-Sue."

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Meanwhile, many netizens also supported the couple. For them, the royal couple has the right to sue outlets that allegedly defamed them.

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"Trying to win? Meghan won the last one, and harry will win this one The press shouldn't be allowed to print lies," one supporter wrote.

"Not victim, a fighter but if you are a royalist, I can see why you wouldn't know the difference," a Sussex fan added to address those who accused them of playing the victim.

"Good. They are daily attacking Harry," a different netizen commented.

"It's a LEGAL RIGHT afforded to EVERYONE!" another supporter added noting that the other members of the royal family have also taken legal actions, including Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth, Prince William and Kate Middleton. "YOU also have the right to sue, if YOU deem it necessary. Don't knock it, hun!! Go Haaarry!"

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Prince Harry Followed Wife Meghan Markle In Suing British Tabloid

The Duchess of Sussex also sued Associated Newspapers for publishing her personal letter in 2019. After years of legal battle, Markle won her privacy case and received a public apology, a symbolic $1 and an unspecified amount in damages.

Prince Harry did the same after the tabloid published a report alleging that he attempted to keep his litigation against the U.K. government over his police protection request a secret. The complaint was allegedly over the article with the headline "Revealed: How Harry tried to keep his legal fight over bodyguards secret," The Guardian reported.

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Daily Mail cited High Court documents and claimed that Prince Harry sought a far-reaching confidentiality order to keep his legal battle to reinstate his police protection a secret. However, the Home Office reportedly argued for transparency.

Stay tuned for more news and updates about Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and the rest o the members of the royal family.

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