On Wednesday, a judge ruled that a letter written by the Duchess of Sussex that was published by the Daily Mail belonged to the Crown.
Hill, who resigned last year, argues in the lawsuit that the Daily Mail and RedState don't have the right to “sexually degrade" public officials.
The Duchess of Sussex can keep anonymous the identities of five friends who spoke out on her behalf, a judge ruled Wednesday.
"These five women are not on trial, and nor am I,” the Duchess of Sussex said.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex condemned British tabloids, including the Daily Mail, for stories they said were "distorted, false, or invasive beyond reason."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were accused of altering their holiday card.
The Duchess of Sussex filed suit against Associated Newspapers last month.
The Daily Mail's article about Steve Easterbrook's firing for an affair with an employee included a photo of him with Teigen, for some reason.
"We demand you remove these photos from publication at once," reads a letter from the California Democrat's attorneys.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are both suing British newspapers.