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Thursday, April 18, 2024

Archie starts his first trial


He’s barely a year old, and he’s already following in his parents’ footsteps. Archie, the son of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, is taking his first lawsuit to court.

Since the Megxit, which was effective from April 1st, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have crossed the Atlantic to take refuge first in Canada, before their exile (for the moment final) in Los Angeles.

If the containment due to the coronavirus prevented the Californian paparazzi from throwing themselves at them for the time being, it was not the case during their Canadian transit, where they were often shot in spite of themselves, especially with their son, Archie, who has just celebrated his first birthday.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who, on behalf of their only son, decided to take legal action. This is the first official legal action by the royal baby, which sends a very strong message to the world: his private life must remain private, otherwise he too will sue, as will his parents, who have not been deprived of it.

Of course it is not directly the little thirteen-month-old baby who is suing a famous Los Angeles photo agency for “invasion of privacy”, behind this procedure, his parents are pulling the strings and activating their team of lawyers, but the image speaks for itself.

Marking their territory

It was our colleagues in the Mail+ who reported the case in their columns: a complaint was filed in the High Court of Los Angeles on behalf of Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, for photographs stolen during their stay in Canada in January 2020. The pictures in question showed Meghan walking in a park and carrying young Archie in her bundle.

Although the child’s face was not visible because at no time was he facing the lens and he was covered in clothing, the Sussex wanted to punch their fist hard on the table and seemed determined to mark their territory. By doing so, will their tranquillity be at least assured in the land of the paparazzi? Time will tell, but something tells us that this first lawsuit will certainly not be the last.

Photo credits: Bestimage

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