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The paparazzi’s savage methods of photographing Archie


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On July 24th, Meghan Markle and Harry took their son Archie to the American justice system: they intend to protect him from the paparazzi. The paparazzi are using savage methods to take pictures of the young boy.

Little Archie is the paparazzi’s new target. And in order to get pictures of little Sussex, they seem ready for anything. This is what we learn on July 24th, when his parents have decided to take his son to the American courts to protect his privacy.

As their lawyer explained: “The couple recently learned that someone is offering for sale photos of their 14-month-old son, Archie”. And to do so, the photographers would have used savage methods.

Meghan Markle and Harry had taken drastic measures to protect themselves, erecting an imposing mesh fence around their home that was supposed to make it impossible to take pictures with a telephoto lens.

But the paparazzi seem to have had no use for it. The complaint states that some “have flown drones 20 feet above the house, sometimes three times a day, to obtain photos of their couple and their young child in their private residence”. But that’s not all! Others reportedly used helicopters and did not hesitate to cut holes in the protection.

Meghan Markle and Harry, at war with the press

That would infuriate the parents who decided to take the case to court. The couple also accused the Daily Mail of twice revealing the exact location of their residence, first in Canada and then in Los Angeles, allowing the paparazzi to find them.

These comments should not calm the already tense relations with the press while in England, the Duchess of Sussex is still on trial against the famous tabloid. Prince Harry had warned in October 2019 that they would henceforth apply zero tolerance to the media when it comes to their intimacy. They now seem to want to turn their words into action.

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