A tabloid editor, convicted of phone-hacking, has admitted that now it makes him feel really wrong that he hacked Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince Harry’s phones decade ago.
Clive Goodman, News of the World’s one-time royal editor, admitted that this wasn’t for sure his greatest career move and he regrets what he did, although now he wants to move on, but people discuss it even after nine years, E! Online reported.
Goodman said this in the court while explaining that he doesn’t hold a grudge against Andy Coulson, tabloid’s former editor who is on trial for perjury.
The journalist said in a 2014 case hearing that he repeatedly hacked the voicemails of William, and Harry and did 155 times for Kate, from late 2005 until his arrest in 2006
In 2007, Goodman was sentenced to four months behind bars after pleading guilty to intercepting the cell phone messages of three members of the royal family.