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  • after the win in her privacy case against the Mail on Sunday.

  • Megan, Britain's Duchess of Sussex, wants the paper to pick up her legal costs.

  • The duchess was awarded £450,000 as a provisional payment.

  • She is seeking £1.5 million in legal fees.

  • That's about $2.1 million with half the amount to be paid within 14 days.

  • The paper has described the some as disproportionate.

  • Last month, the judge at London's High Court ruled the tabloid had breached her privacy and infringed her copyright by publishing parts of the five page letter she wrote to her father, Thomas Markle.

  • She had fallen out with him on the eve of her wedding to Prince Harry.

  • Judge Mark Warby ruled in her favor without holding a trial, saying the articles were a breach of privacy.

  • The paper argued the duchess had intended the letter's contents to become public and that it formed part of her media strategy at a hearing on Tuesday will be refused the paper permission to appeal the decision.

  • Warby also agreed to make an interim costs order, saying the final some may well be considerably more than that her legal team has also demanded the paper hands over any copies it has of the letter and has called the judge to order the paper to publish a statement on its front page stating she had won her case with a notice also placed on the Mail online's home page for not less than six months.

after the win in her privacy case against the Mail on Sunday.

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