Prince Harry : Compensated after photos stolen, its a nice gesture…


The prince Harry has accepted the apology and damages and interests to be “substantial” part of the agency’s information on celebrities, announced Buckingham palace, on may 16, 2019. It had aired pictures of the country house of the Cotswolds, in Oxfordshire, rented with Meghan Markle just before their marriage in may 2018.


As stated in the AFP, these photos taken in early January from a helicopter by the agency, Splash News, showing a portion of the interior of this residence’s picturesque of the west of England, including the dining room and one of the bedrooms. Their distribution, particularly in the daily newspaper The Times, “had seriously compromised the safety” of the couple, said Thursday to Me, Gerrard Tyrrell, the solicitor of prince Harry, before the High court of London. The duke and duchess of Sussex, who chose this residence because of the “high level of intimacy that it offered“, are now “more able” of the deal, he said.


Following a legal action brought by the prince, the agency’s ” Splash “has agreed to pay a substantial sum in damages and legal costs, and has apologised, “he added, calling it “Splash” agency “paparazzi”. Prince Harry, for his part, accepted the apology, said the Buckingham palace in its press release. According to the Guardian, the duke of Sussex will use the money obtained to pay its attorneys fees and pay the rest to charity.


Meghan Markle and her husband resided at Kensington palace the week and spent their weekends in the Cotswolds with the utmost discretion, particularly with Doria Ragland, the mother of the duchess, or even their friends George and Amal Clooney. In January 2019, following this paparazzade, the young couple had finally broken the lease 2 years of this home estimated to be 2.7 million euros. Some rumors argued then that the decision was financial and it aimed to limit the expenditure for the work of their new home official, the Frogmore Cottage, Windsor. The Sussex moved in in April, just before the birth of their first child, little Archie, arrived on may 6, 2019 at the private hospital, Portland, Westminster.

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