Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Win Lawsuit Towards Paparazzi Company That Took Pics Of Their Son With out Permission!

According to reports Prince Harry and Meghan Markle won lawsuits against a publication that took photos of their son Archie Harrison without permission in January! The paparazzi agency called Splash UK was sued by the former royal couple back in March and after the defeat they promised never to take pictures of the family!

According to ET, the agency’s statement in court said: “Splash UK will not be taking photos of the Duke and Duchess or their son in the future.”

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In addition, a spokesman for Harry and Meghan’s law firm released a statement.

It reads: “As explained in today’s hearing, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex resolved a legal claim against Splash UK paparazzi agency earlier this year. This comparison is a clear signal that unlawful, invasive and intrusive paparazzi behavior will not be tolerated, and the couple take these matters seriously – just like any family. ‘

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As you may know, the lawsuit was filed by Meghan in response to pictures being taken of them visiting a Canadian park with their son.

However, this is not the only legal problem the couple has with the press!

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A second lawsuit against Splash US is currently pending in UK courts.

It was filed last summer, in July, after her privacy was violated again.

What allegedly happened was the paparazzi took pictures of their little boy walking around their back yard.

At the time, the family was quarantined in their new Los Angeles home, hoping to enjoy some privacy as well.

Unfortunately, they didn’t get any and the parents claim the photographers even flew drones over their house to take more photos of them and their son and the property.


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