Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Write Letter Threatening Lawsuit Against ‘Harassing’ Paparazzi Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently renounced their roles in the British royal family in the name of financial independence, and a chance for a “peaceful life”, however, it seems that this is not going to happen exactly as they had foreseen it.
Reported by USA Today, media reports that the day after Prince Harry landed on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, lawyers acting on their behalf wrote a letter and sent it to British media outlets, threatening prosecution if they continued to harass them.
Meghan and Harry condemned the paparazzi’s actions, asking them to stop taking photos without consent, especially after having “tracked” or followed them. Meghan and Harry, in their letter, accused the paparazzi of camping outside their house and trying to take invasive photos from afar.
The letter stated that the way the paparazzi behaved would only make life more dangerous for others. As most know, Prince Harry has personal experience of the effects of intense paparazzi surveillance, for example, the death of his mother in 1997 due to a car accident while trying to escape. a paparazzo in Paris, France.
Earlier this month, photos of Meghan with her two dogs and Archie were sold at retail outlets and also posted on the front page of The Sun. In addition, the images were also released TODAY. In addition, press publications have published photos of Harry landing in Canada after his departure from the United Kingdom.
Even though Meghan looked particularly happy in the photo, she did not agree to be photographed. The letter claims that the paparazzi were hiding in the bushes. As previously reported, Prince Harry has addressed the behavior of the paparazzi in the past.
In November 2016, the prince released a statement in which he claimed that a “line had been crossed”. In addition, in October of last year, Meghan and Harry dropped a lawsuit against Mail on Sunday for using information inappropriately.
At that time, Harry published his statement in which he glanced at the press on the way they treated his wife and the mother of his child. Meghan and Harry later took six weeks of vacation for their role in the royal family. On their return to the UK, the prince and Meghan announced that they were leaving their senior posts