Earlier this week, Prince Harry and Meghan asked their agency to surrender photos and videos taken by paparazzi during their “chase” in New York, but the agency refused.
Lawyers representing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex sent a letter to Backgrid Agency, in which the company reportedly said: harry He said that he could not give orders “as a king could possibly do.”
the couple said Involved in a ‘nearly catastrophic’ chase Some said their description was exaggerated, even after Tuesday’s awards ceremony.
Their letter reportedly reads: “We request Backgrid to immediately provide copies of all photos, videos and films taken within hours of the freelance photographers leaving the event last night.”
The reason is to improve security in the future.
But Backgrid’s lawyer seems to be mocking Harry, Duchess MeghanAt their request, they sent a solid letter.
TMZ said, “As you know, in America, property belongs to its owner, and you can’t require a third party to simply give it away, as perhaps the Kings can.” quoted.
“Perhaps you should sit down with your client and advise him that his British rule on royal prerogatives requiring citizens to hand over property to the King was long ago rejected by this country.
“We stand with our founding fathers.”
The agency has previously said it does not tolerate harassment or illegal activity and is investigating it thoroughly.
After Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Press Secretary The couple were “incredibly scared and upset,” they told Sky News. From their experience, she had never seen them so vulnerable.
Their security guards claimed at least 15 lights were ignored by paparazzi driving “aggressively and viciously” in cars and motorcycles.
But one of those involved said it was the royal family’s own driver who made the situation dangerous.
Some taxi drivers took couples on some trips suggested their description was “exaggerated” And he never felt in danger.
Two New York police officers downplayed the incident, describing it as “a little confusing” rather than “nearly devastating”.
Prince Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, died in 1997 in a car accident while being chased by paparazzi in Paris.
The Duke is now British newspaper company sued Concerning suspicion of intrusion into private life, such as phone hacking suspicion.
Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have not commented on the New York incident.
https://news.sky.com/story/harry-and-meghan-demand-photos-from-paparazzi-chase-but-agency-refuses-12884143 Paparazzi reject Prince Harry and Meghan’s request to see ‘chase’ photos in mocking letter | US News