Prince Charles has reportedly sued his daughter-in-law, Meghan Markle, after discovering that she was behind a newspaper article that defamed his wife, Kate Middleton.

The article, which was published in The Mail on Sunday in 2019, claimed that Kate had made Kate Middleton cry during a fitting for Meghan’s wedding dress. However, Kate denied the allegations, and a royal source told The Sun that the article was “false and defamatory.”

Charles is said to have been “furious” when he learned that Meghan was behind the article. He reportedly believes that Meghan’s actions were “a deliberate attempt to damage Kate’s reputation.”

Charles has reportedly filed a lawsuit against Meghan in the High Court in London. The lawsuit is seeking damages for libel and breach of privacy.

Meghan has not yet responded to the lawsuit. However, her lawyer, Jenny Afia, has said that Meghan “vigorously denies” the allegations.

The lawsuit is the latest in a series of legal battles between the royal family and Meghan and Harry. In 2020, the couple sued Associated Newspapers, the publisher of The Mail on Sunday, for copyright infringement and misuse of private information. The couple won the case, and Associated Newspapers was ordered to pay them £1.2 million in damages.

The lawsuit between Charles and Meghan is likely to be a lengthy and expensive process. It is also likely to further damage the relationship between the royal family and Meghan and Harry.

The lawsuit is a reminder of the deep divisions that exist within the royal family. It is also a reminder of the power of the media to damage reputations.

It remains to be seen how the lawsuit will be resolved. However, it is clear that the royal family is determined to protect Kate’s reputation.