MEGHAN Markle has named Princess Beatrice and Eugenie in court documents amid her legal battle with The Mail On Sunday.
The Duchess of Sussex referred to the sisters when responding to claims Royal Family members don't work.
She named the daughters of Prince Andrew to clarify that members of the royal family are, in fact, allowed to undertake paid work.
Meghan and Prince Harry stepped back from duties as senior royals earlier this year; at the time they said they wanted to become "financially independent".
Meanwhile, the former Suits actress is claiming her royal wedding in 2018 at Windsor Castle generated £1 billion in tourism money for Britain.
Court papers reveal the Dutchess believes the cash rasied “far outweighed” the contribution made by the taxpayer towards their security.
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