Meghan Markle – the Duchess of Sussex – will receive £1 from a national newspaper after her privacy was breached.
The Mail on Sunday will also pay an undisclosed sum for copyright infringement.
The newspaper has already made a first instalment of £300,000 towards the Duchess’ legal costs.
That total legal sum is said to be near a seven-figure amount.
The Duchess won a High Court case against Associated Newspapers Ltd.
Her legal team argued the publication of extracts of a handwritten letter to her father had breached her privacy.
The Duchess agreed to accept “nominal” damages of £1.
However, she has won a confidential “substantial payment” based on the profits made by the newspaper.
The money would be donated to charity, said a spokesperson for Ms Markle.
The newspaper has already issued a printed acknowledgement of the legal ruling.