Judge grants Meghan's request for 9-month delay to lawsuit against British paper

A British judge on Thursday granted a request by Meghan Markle to postpone the trial of her invasion of privacy lawsuit against the publisher of a British newspaper that published portions of a private letter she wrote to her father.

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