Prince Harry sent legal notices to media agencies
- January 23, 2020
- Andrew S Gillis
LONDON / Ottawa: British Prince Harry has warned media organizations of legal action against buying or publishing photos of him.
The foreign news agency reports that Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, have been alerted by a letter from British royal family to British news agencies that if their photos were purchased or published Legal action will be taken against them and this process will be considered harassment.
The letter sent by Prince Harry’s lawyers states that media representatives are constantly outside his home and are trying to take their pictures with modern cameras.
Princess Harry has returned to Canada from Britain to prepare for a new life after having relinquished royal duties, where his wife Meghan Merkel and 8-month-old son Archie are already living.
Prince Harry and wife living in Canada, local media expresses compassion
Local media have expressed their displeasure over Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s long stay in Canada, calling the angry couple’s stay in Canada a violation of local laws.
The famous Canadian newspaper’s editorial stated that Canada’s relations with the United Kingdom were clearly recognized under the Westminster Law in 1931 as an equal and independent country.
The newspaper said that if an ordinary person lives in Canada, it is not a problem but if someone wants to live in Canada despite being a prominent member of the British royal family, it can be annoying.