Prince George is being harassed?! Say it ain't so!
Prince William and Kate Middleton's communications secretary Jason Knauf released a statement to international media on Friday about a number of incidents involving paparazzi and the two-year-old royal.
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"Paparazzi photographers are going to increasingly extreme lengths to observe and monitor Prince George's movements and covertly capture images of him," Knauf said, adding that the toddler's safety is obviously the Duke and Duchess' number one priority.
On one occasion, a photog hid in the trunk of his car and attempted to take pictures of George through a small hole in the vehicle.
"All of this has left the Duke and Duchess concerned about their ability to provide a childhood for Prince George and Princess Charlotte that is free from harassment and surveillance," Knauf added, stating that the family enjoys sharing their own photographs of the children.
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"But they feel strongly that both Prince George and Princess Charlotte should not grow up exclusively behind palace gates and in walled gardens. They want both children to be free to play in public and semi-public spaces with other children without being photographed," he shared.
According to Knauf, Will and Kate will take legal action if the problem persists, and we wouldn't blame them!
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