Meghan Markle has officially won the legal case she's been dealing with for months! As People shares, Meghan has been involved in a lengthy legal battle with the Mail on Sunday, and now she has spoken out after her victory against the tabloid. 

Meghan shares why her legal win is "precedent setting"

Meghan's case against the Mail on Sunday comes as a result of their publishing private correspondence between the Duchess of Sussex and her father. While there was a copyright dispute over who penned the letter to Thomas Markle Sr., Meghan's lawyers ultimately decreed that it is "the Duchess's letter alone." The royal called her win "precedent setting," explaining that it's a victory "not just for me, but for anyone who has ever felt scared to stand up for what's right."

She then reflected on why the judgement handed down on Thursday is so meaningful. Meghan stated that her winning the case proves how people have the power "to reshape a tabloid industry" known for how it "profits from the lies and pain that they create." Meghan also accused the tabloid of "making a straightforward case extraordinarily convoluted" over the years simply for the sake of fuelling sales and rumours.

Duchess Meghan at the unveiling of the Labalaba Statue in Nadi, Fiji, 2018

Meghan concluded her statement by saying that she has "been patient in the face of deception, intimidation, and calculated attacks" from the tabloid since 2018. As a result of the Court of Appeal's ruling on Thursday, Meghan's case will not be required to be put on trial. The London court decreed that Associated Newspapers, which owns the Mail on Sunday, will have to financially compensate and apologize to the royal— which won't be the first time they are required to do so.