"I’m just trying to decide if I’m comfortable even talking about that," the Duchess of Sussex told Oprah.
The judge ruled in the Duchess of Sussex's favor without holding a trial, saying the articles were a clear breach of privacy.
The Duchess of Sussex has won her privacy case against Associated Newspapers.
Meghan's lawyer said the Duchess of Sussex's letter, sent in August 2018, was "a message of peace" intended for her father alone.
The Duchess of Sussex's lawyer argued that the publisher had “no real prospect” of winning the case.
The Duchess of Sussex's lawyers did disclose she had allowed some information to be passed via a third party to the “Finding Freedom” authors because she was concerned about “her father’s narrative.”
The Duchess of Sussex is suing Associated Newspapers over articles in the Mail on Sunday that included parts of a letter she had sent to her estranged father.
The Duchess of Sussex's trial for her invasion of privacy lawsuit will be postponed until fall 2021.
The Duchess of Sussex is suing Associated Newspapers for publishing portions of a handwritten letter she wrote to her estranged father, Thomas Markle.
The Duchess of Sussex is seeking damages from Associated Newspapers for alleged misuse of private information, copyright infringement and data protection breaches.