Harry accepts ‘substantial’ damages over helicopter shots of Cotswolds home
18 Mai, 2019, 04:23 | Auteur: Christine Menetries
A court statement read out by Harry's solicitor added: "On 9 January 2019 Splash chartered a helicopter for the objective of taking photographs and recording video footage of The Duke's private home in Oxfordshire".
Harry's solicitors have since attempted to remove the photographs from those websites.
He added: "The property had been chosen by the duke for himself and his wife given the high level of privacy if afforded given its position in a secluded area surrounded by private farmland away from any areas to which photographers have access".
The pictures taken by Splash, one of the world's largest celebrity-focused photo agencies, showed the inside of the couple's home, including their dining room, bedroom and living room.
"Splash has always recognised that this situation represents an error of judgement and we have taken steps to ensure it will not be repeated".
And it is reported the Sussexes' new household at Buckingham Palace is actually about having tighter control over the couple.
Prince Harry has accepted "substantial damages" and an apology from a picture agency that used a helicopter to take photos of the home he shared with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Buckingham Palace said Thursday.
Where did the couple go after pictures were taken of their $3 million home?
The Duke and Duchess quietly moved to a private rented house in the Oxfordshire countryside in England while their home at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor was being renovated and Meghan was pregnant. Windsor is a very special place for Their Royal Highnesses and they are grateful that their official residence will be on the estate.
It happened in January before the birth of the Duke and Duchess' son Archie.
It is also reported that, as part of the plan, the Sussexes' diary will be placed under more scrutiny, with the couple's new communications director answering directly to the Queen's communications secretary. Markle's mother, Doria has reportedly been helping the new mother with baby Archie instead.
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