Britain's Prince Harry did not appear in court on Monday. His lawyer David Sherborne was assigned to explain why he did not show up. But on Tuesday the royal arrived ready to give evidence, Hello Magazine reported.
The 38-year-old prince was pictured arriving at the London High Court in the morning, ahead of the next proceedings in the trial against the Mirror Group Newspapers.
The prince is due to face up to a day-and-a-half of cross-examination from MGN's barrister starting on Tuesday.
The Duke of Sussex is among more than 100 people who are suing Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN), publisher of the Daily Mirror, the Sunday Mirror and the Sunday People tabloids, accusing them of widespread unlawful activities between 1991 and 2011, The National News reported.
Earlier this year he joined friend Elton John and other public figures in a lawsuit against the publisher of the Daily Mail and the Sunday Mail.
It has not been revealed where the Prince will stay during his visit to the UK and whether he will be reunited with any members of the royal family.
Source: Hello Magazine - The National News