Meghan Markle wins legal appeal in privacy battle over letter to father.

The Duchess of Sussex has won her privacy case against the publisher of the Mail on Sunday.

The Court of Appeal rejected Associated Newspapers Limited's attempt to go to trial over claims it breached her copyright and privacy.

It follows the publication of extracts from a personal letter written by Meghan to her father.

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