Prince Harry

Next week, Prince Harry will give testimony in his case against a media group he claims engaged in illegal activities, making him the first senior British royal to do so in 130 years.
In connection with the lawsuit he and more than 100 other well-known individuals have filed against Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN), the company that publishes the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, and Sunday People, Harry, the younger son of King Charles, will testify in court in London.

Since Edward VII testified as a witness in a divorce case in part in 1870 and in a slander trial involving a card game 20 years later, both of which occurred before he became king, no senior royal has testified in court.