Prince Harry arrived at the High Court in London Tuesday morning, stepping out of a black SUV in central London shortly before 10 a.m. local time.
Harry, who was dressed in a dark suit and said, “good morning” to waiting reporters, is due to give evidence in his case against Mirror Group Newspapers, the publishers of the British tabloid the Daily Mirror, whom he accuses of publishing stories based on illegally obtained information.
After a brief recap of his own witness statement, Harry will be cross examined for the rest of the day by MGN lawyer Andrew Green—known in the business as “the Beast”—with the cross-examination potentially continuing on Wednesday.
Harry is the first senior member of the royal family to give evidence in court in over 130 years. Harry was due to attend court yesterday but didn’t show up because he had been celebrating his daughter’s second birthday in California, leading to a reprimand from the “surprised” judge.
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