Britain's Duke of Sussex has settled the remaining parts of his phone hacking case against the publisher of the Daily Mirror.
In December, Prince Harry won 15 claims, with the High Court in London ruling there had been "widespread" use of hacking by its journalists.
He wanted the judge to consider a further 115 articles which could have been the subject of a further trial.
His lawyer, David Sherborne, read a statement on his behalf outside court.
"Everything we said was happening at Mirror Ggroup was in fact happening and indeed far worse. As the judge has said only this morning, we have uncovered and proved the shockingly dishonest way which the Mirror acted for so many years"