Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew are among the celebrities affected by hackers

Celebrities affected by the computer hack include tennis star Tim Henman and billiards player Ronnie O’Sullivan.

The outlet claims that hackers gained access to the personal data of these celebrities when they shopped at organic food company Daylesford, a favorite of the wealthy in the UK.

Recently rumors have been heard about a new future wedding of the Dukes, but they have already been ruled out.

Celebrity data was leaked after food company chiefs refused to pay a ransom via Bitcoin and the attack appears to have been carried out with specialized software.

Daylesford, which sells £50 of honey and is owned by Lady Carol Bamford, wife of billionaire Lord Bamford, admitted in June that its computer security had been breached, although they said at the time that no personal data had been compromised.

Hackers have since downloaded more than 80 gigabytes of stolen cache onto the dark web. Files on this network included pictures of orders from their wealthy clients and company corporate data, including sensitive banking information.

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