|Born||June 19, 1965|
|Spouse||Gary Kemp (m 1988 - 1995) , Jude Law (m 1997 - 2003)|
|Children||Iris Law , Raff Law|
amFAR Cannes Gala: DiCaprio Painting Fetches $1.2 Million At Queen Latifah-Hosted Benefit For AIDS Research
- amFAR, the organization founded by the late Dr. Mathilda Krim and Dame Elizabeth Taylor (the International founder), dedicated to funding AIDS research since 1985, held its annual Cannes Gala at the Hotel du Cap tonight as it has done for the past 29 years tied to the end dates of the Cannes Film Festival each […]
Prince Harry, Elton John at court in privacy case
- WorldThe Telegraph
Prince Harry says ‘whole country is doomed’ if media evade justice
The Duke of Sussex has warned that if an influential newspaper company can successfully evade justice “the whole country is doomed.”Thanks for your feedback!
- CelebrityWoman & Home
Prince Harry says he lost friends amid 'suspicion and paranoia' over 'unlawful articles' as legal battle continues
Prince Harry lost friends, say lawyers, speaking on his behalf during High Court hacking case against newspaper publisherThanks for your feedback!
- WorldRolling Stone
Prince Harry and Elton John Appear in U.K Court to Back Tabloid Privacy Violation Case
Prince Harry, Elton John, Elizabeth Hurley, and more are suing Daily Mail publisher Associated Newspapers for "misuse of private information”Thanks for your feedback!
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Prince Harry is in UK but questions remain about Charles, William reunion
Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, made an unexpected appearance in a United Kingdom courtroom on Monday. Harry, who now lives in California with his wife Meghan and their two children, appeared in person at the High Court in London for a hearing on a lawsuit he, Elton John and other celebrities have brought against a group of British tabloids. Harry and John, as well as filmmaker David Furnish and actresses Elizabeth Hurley and Sadie Frost, are among those suing Associated Newspapers Ltd., theThanks for your feedback!
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Prince Harry Returns to London for Court Case Against Tabloid Publisher
Prince Harry has made a surprise appearance in London for the first time seemingly after the death of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, in 2022. Find out more about his latest court case.Thanks for your feedback!
- WorldThe Telegraph
Elton John joins celebrities at Daily Mail High Court hearing
Sir Elton John has arrived at the High Court for a hearing in his claim against Daily Mail publisher Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL) over allegations of unlawful information-gathering.Thanks for your feedback!
Prince Harry Appears in U.K. Court to Defend Privacy Case Against the Daily Mail
Update: In a written submission, Prince Harry reportedly told the High Court he suffered from “suspicion and paranoia…caused by Associated’s publication of the unlawful articles – friends were lost or cut off as a result and everyone became a ‘suspect’, since he was misled by the way that the articles were written into believing that […]Thanks for your feedback!
Prince Harry Makes Surprise Appearance in London for Court Case Against 'Daily Mail' Publishers
The Duke of Sussex arrived at the High Court shortly before the start of a four-day hearing, which also brought out Elton John and Sadie FrostThanks for your feedback!
Prince Harry, Elton John appear at UK court in privacy lawsuit
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain's Prince Harry and singer Elton John made a surprise appearance at London's High Court on Monday as they and five others began a lawsuit against the publisher of the Daily Mail paper over years of alleged phone-tapping and privacy breaches. Harry, the younger son of King Charles, has brought a lawsuit against Associated Newspapers (ANL), along with John, and his husband David Furnish, as well as actors Elizabeth Hurley and Sadie Frost.Thanks for your feedback!
UK paper group bids to throw out Prince Harry and others' privacy lawsuits
The publisher of Britain's Daily Mail newspaper is applying to dismiss lawsuits brought by Prince Harry, singer Elton John and other individuals alleging phone-tapping and other breaches of privacy. Associated Newspapers, publisher of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday and MailOnline, has applied to London's High Court for the lawsuits – which were launched in October – to be thrown out without a trial, according to court documents. Those bringing the action also include the actresses ElizabetThanks for your feedback!