Prince Harry to Testify in High Court Phone Hacking Trial – Judge Blasts No-Show and Lawyer Plans to ‘Tear Him to Shreds’

Prince Harry Faces Trial for Phone Hacking Charges

Prince Harry is set to become the first British royal in over 100 years to testify in court as he prepares for his phone hacking trial. The prince, who is currently residing in the US with his wife, Meghan Markle, is accused of hacking into the voicemails of various media personalities, including journalists and celebrities.

The trial, which is set to commence in the coming weeks, has drawn significant media attention, with many outlets speculating about the potential impact that it may have on the reputation of the royal family.

Andrew Green, the lawyer leading the prosecution, has been particularly vocal in his criticism of Prince Harry, describing him as a “serial offender” and vowing to “tear him to shreds” in court.

Despite the mounting pressure, Prince Harry has thus far remained tight-lipped about the charges, choosing instead to focus on his philanthropic work and family life.

The trial is expected to be closely watched by royal watchers and legal experts alike, with many anticipating that it may signal a significant shift in the way that the British press operates with regards to the royal family.