Britain's Prince Harry has

accepted

Mail on Sunday

's apologies,

according to

Sky News

, receiving "substantial damages".

The British newspaper wrote in October that the Duke of Sussex would have turned his back on the Royal Marines after relinquishing his military duties in March, which his spokesmen deny.

In November, Harry filed a lawsuit against parent company Associated Newspapers for "false and libelous" coverage of his alleged miscommunication with the British Marines.

A high-ranking general is said to have said of the Duke of Sussex that he turned his back on the Royal Marines for failing to respond to a letter from former Chief of the General Staff Lord Richard Dannatt.

"The baseless, false and defamatory stories published in

Mail on Sunday

and on the

MailOnline

website

were not only a personal attack on the Duke, but also falsely called into question his commitment to this country," said Jenny Afia, the Prince Harry's attorney.

At the end of December, the publisher apologized and said she would also donate to the Invictus Games Foundation, of which Harry is the founder.

"We now understand that Harry has kept in private contact with individuals from the armed forces, including the Royal Marines, to provide them informally since March," said

Mail on Sunday

.

Prince Harry donates an amount to Invictus Games Foundation

The amount of the compensation has not been disclosed.

It is clear that Harry will donate the full amount to the Invictus Games Foundation.

"At least something good has come out of this situation," his lawyer said.

The prince and his wife Meghan Markle have another case against Associated Newspapers.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex sued the company because

Mail on Sunday published

a "confidential, private" letter from Meghan to her estranged father, Thomas Markle, in February 2019.

Her privacy was thereby violated, they say.