Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly known to sue the photographers as they allegedly took Archie’s photographs at home. The Duke of Sussex is a member of the British Royal Family, and Meghan Markle is her spouse, the duchess of Sussex. They both have a single child named Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. He’s what you need to know about the matter.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle filed a case against paparazzi:
It was recently reported that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle filed a case against the paparazzi photographers in the state of California as they had secretly taken photographs of their son Archie.
It has been reported that the paparazzi had gone to way beyond to receive their son Archie’s photos, who is 14- years old. They took the shots secretly in their residences in North America and then showed them all over the internet as if they were released in public. And this job by the paparazzi has been alleged as unlawful by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘s lawsuit.
The lawsuit has said that some of the paparazzi had flown drones over 20 feet above their house for at least three times a day to take their son’s and the couple’s photographs in their private residence. Also, helicopters were too flown above their backyard, making their neighbors and their son wake up as early as it was 5.30 and late at 7 p.m.
The documents are reported to be filed by the celebrity lawyer Michael Kump and the defendant is John Doe. Michael Kump has also given a statement saying that every citizen in California is guaranteed by the law the right to privacy at their homes and that no helicopters and drones will take away this right.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have now decided to file the lawsuit to protect the privacy of their 14-year-old son Archie in their home and to stop and uncover those paparazzi who get benefits from their unlawful doings. He added that he hopes that after this lawsuit, some paparazzi doing these criminal actions become aware and stop doing these things, understanding the privacy of the people.