On Wednesday, Prince Harry returned to the witness stand at the High Court in London for a second day of cross-examination about his claims that British newspapers hacked his phone and engaged in other illegal activity in an effort to attack him.

The prince stated on Tuesday that he felt British media and its government had reached “rock bottom” and that the press had wrecked his relationships. The prince was the first senior British royal to testify in court in 130 years.

On Tuesday, Andrew Green, the attorney representing Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN), the publisher of the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, and Sunday People, cross-examined him for over five hours.

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