In total, 17 cases have been settled at the high court this morning relating to alleged interception of voicemails.
Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson received a public apology and undisclosed damages from News Group Newspapers, the former publisher of the now defunct News of the World.
Ferguson was among hundreds of victims of illegal activity at the paper, which led to its closure in 2011.
Others to have settled today include the actor Hugh Grant, a high-profile campaigner against the worst excess of the press, who revealed details about his settlement last December.
The group also includes the singer James Blunt, former government minister Geoffrey Robinson, actor Christopher Ecclestone and TV mystic Uri Geller.
Statements of behalf of the claimants were read out before Justice Vos.
The only damages figure made public today was that of Colin Stagg, who was wrongly accused of murdering Rachel Nickell in 1992. He will receive £15,500 from News Group Newspapers.