Malika Benmusa claimed the late Princess Margaret was her mother
Malika Benmusa claimed the late Princess Margaret was her mother and asked Sir James Munby for permission to unseal the princess's will.
But he ruled that he would not reopen the sealed document as Ms Benmusa was “delusional”.
Sir James, president of the Family Division of the High Court, dismissed her application in a historically short four-paragraph written ruling and described it as a "farrago of delusional nonsense".
When announcing his decision at a hearing in London on Wednesday, he said: "I think I am right in saying it is the shortest judgment I have ever delivered."
The judge had dismissed a similar claim by the woman earlier this year after Ms Benmusa claimed her name had been changed as a child and she believed “both names are in the will”.
The younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II died of a stroke in February 2002 at the age of 71.
Princess Margaret had two children, David Viscount Linley and Lady Sarah
Her will was sealed in June 2012 and its contents are not publicly known.
According to procedure, wills made by members of the royal family were normally sealed on the order of the president of the Family Division of the High Court.
And they are usually only unsealed by order of the president of the Family Division of the High Court.
Princess Margaret was Queen Elizabeth's younger sister
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The Queen's younger sister was married to Andy Armstrong-Jones, First Earl of Snowden from 1960 to 1978.
The couple had two children, David Viscount Linley, born on the 3 November 1961, and Lady Sarah who was born on 1 May 1964.
It is not the first time that someone has claimed to be Princess Margaret’s heir.
Ten years ago, a man claimed to be Princess Margaret's illegitimate son and asked for her will to be unsealed.
Sir Mark Potter, the then president of the Family Division of the High Court, dismissed the case.
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