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UK's Prince Harry, Meghan warn media over photos
UK's Prince Harry, Meghan warn media over photos

New York, Jan 22 (TIWN): Prince Harry's plans for a "more peaceful life" away from the royal spotlight have already been cast into doubt as he joined his wife, Meghan, and son, Archie, in Canada on Tuesday amid a fresh paparazzi feud.

The publication of photographs showing the Duchess of Sussex hiking with baby Archie and their dogs in Canadian woodland prompted a warning to the media from the couple's lawyers against running images without consent, a royal source has confirmed.
The images were used in a number of media outlets, including on the front page of British tabloid newspaper the Sun.
Harry has had an uneasy relationship with the press since his childhood; brought up under the glare of publicity, the young prince saw his mother, Princess Diana, struggle with the paparazzi. Diana died after a high speed chase of her car through Paris by photographers.
Last year, Harry accepted "substantial damages" and an apology from a picture agency that used a helicopter to take photos of the home he shared with Meghan, forcing the couple to move out.

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