ENOUGH is enough. Royal officials have called on the paparazzi to keep their lenses away from photogenic Prince George.
They claim ‘a line has been crossed’ and photographers are going to extreme lengths to try and snap the children of Prince William and his wife Kate.
Kensington Palace, the official home of Prince William and his wife Kate, sent a letter to media standards organisations explaining the possible security risk, as “it will not always be possible to quickly distinguish between someone taking photos and someone intending to do more immediate harm”.
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The letter outlined some of the disturbing ways ‘paps’ had been hiding themselves: in sand dunes, car boots, and using other children to lure Prince George into view at London parks and playgrounds.
“Every parent would understand their deep unease at only learning they had been followed and watched days later when photographs emerged.”
The office also urged media to boycott such pictures.
Prince George has only appeared in public five times, but the family has released a selected number of photos via social media.