A spokesman for Buckingham Palace confirmed that the lawsuits had been filed in court "for the unlawful interception of voicemails."
The event comes just days after Harry launched a gruesome attack on the UK media as Megan's wife, Duchess of Sussex filed a lawsuit in the UK on Sunday, claiming that the paper had illegally posted a private letter to her father .
A spokeswoman for Sun's parent company, Group News Group News (NGN) owned by Rupert Murdoch, told CNN: "We confirm that the request was made by Duke of Sussex. We have no comment at this time."
A source from Reach plc, the parent company of Mirror, reported that it was aware of the proceedings. but have not yet been notified.
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