Oh dear! The Sussexes are already whining about the paparazzi


Oh dear! The Sussexes are already whining about the paparazzi

Although Meghan smiled cheerfully at the camera, the couple claim in a lawyer’s letter that they’re being harassed

Camilla Tominey and Olivia Rudgard

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have issued a legal warning over paparazzi photographs of Meghan and Archie in Canada, complaining that they are being “stalked” after their split from the royal family.

Within hours of the Duke of Sussex joining his wife and son on Vancouver Island for a more “peaceful” life on Tuesday, the couple’s lawyers Schillings sent out a strongly worded letter claiming images had been taken by paparazzi who had been “hiding in the bushes and spying”.

The complaint came after The Sun published pictures showing a smiling duchess walking her dogs while carrying her eight-month-old son in a sling. Accompanied by two bodyguards, the 38-year-old can be been seen with her beagle Guy and a black Labrador...

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