A London court rejected an attempt by the publisher of The Sun newspaper to throw out a lawsuit alleging journalists and investigators it hired illegally snooped on the actor.
A spokesperson for the couple told HuffPost that "a true apology would be a shift in their coverage and ethical standards for all."
Prince Harry shut down a recent report that accused him of telling a friend “those Brits need to learn a lesson” ahead of the couple’s 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Arthur Edwards, the royal photographer for The Sun newspaper, sat for three hours inside a fake pillar.
The images were captured within 48 million miles of the sun by the Solar Orbiter, a craft operated by NASA and the European Space Agency.
The Sun, one of Britain's largest newspapers, made no apology for the offensive front-page display.
That's one way to celebrate a title.