Prince George Privacy Invaded breaking news storiesThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have actually taken legal action versus 2 paparazzi photographers they have accused of carrying out "monitoring" on Prince George.
The couple's solicitors have sent out a last warning letter to the 2 photographers after they discovered they were "keeping track of" the movements of the one-year-old Prince so they might get exclusive images of him being taken for walks by his nanny.
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Prince of Cambridge Safety ConcernsPrince William and Kate Middleton have expressed their worry regarding the youngsters safety and privacy, in the past.
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Palace insiders said the Duke and Duchess were "worn out and sick" of the photographers and concerned about their pursuing of their child when he is in public parks. They are determined he should have the ability to mature totally free from such intrusion.
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Sources said the "last straw" came last week when one of the photographers was talked to by the Prince's police protection officers. Prince George was out with his nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, in Battersea Park, west London, when the incident occurred.
The bodyguard reported that the photographer had stated something which revealed he was carrying out surveillance on Prince George's private outings and effectively performing security on him.
No pictures were handled or looked at but other "intrusive" images of Prince George taken by the same photographers have actually been been released abroad, on previous occasions.
A Kensington Palace spokesperson stated: "The Duke and Duchess have actually taken legal steps to ask that a specific person ceases harassing and following both Prince George and his Baby-sitter as they set about their normal day-to-day lives.
The Royal family are particularly concerned with paparazzi harassment following the late Princess Diana's death a few years ago.
"An incident recently has actually triggered Their Royal Highnesses to seek assurances from the specific person about his behavior. The person was identified at a central London Park in the location of Prince George. The heir to the throne was taken from the Park right away, as soon as it was noticed he was being surveyed.
"There is need to presume that the person could have been placing Prince George under monitoring and surveillance and had been doing so for a period of time.
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"The Duke and Duchess are fully aware of the public duty that Prince George will certainly one day inherit. However while he is young, he needs to be allowed to lead as regular a life as possible. No parent would endure the suspicion of someone pursuing and harassing their child and carer whilst their child is playing in a public park or going about their daily activities.".
A royal source stated: "Just like any parent, the Duke and Duchess really want Prince George to have the freedom to safely experience typical youth activities. These include going to the park and playing with other kids, without the hazard of harassment or being positioned under monitoring.
"While this concern id for the Prince of Cambridge only, the parents are not alone in taking the position they have. Prince Harry feels simply as highly on behalf of his nephew. They all feel that a red line has actually been crossed which needs to be handled now for George's sake growing up, and future kids too.".
We all know this is not the first time the Duke and Duchess have taken legal action to protect their personal privacy. A lawsuit against a French magazine which published topless pictures of the Duchess taken in 2012 is still making its way through the French courts. ITV apologised "unreservedly" for showing the front cover of an Italian magazine showcasing images of the pregnant Duchess, in a swimwear, on a public beach in Mustique.
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In 2010 the then Kate Middleton secured an apology and damages from the image firm Rex Characteristic after it offered photos of her playing tennis in Cornwall which she stated breached her privacy.
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