Wins the priv privacy battle for her kids
Afew months ago, Will and Kate suffered a bit of a backlash – something the universally adored couple are not used to. It all centred around a letter written by their press officer that threatened the media and the paparazzi over what the couple considered to be the harassment of little Prince George after photographers took unauthorised pictures of the two-year-old. The letter also mentioned that Will and Kate, “feel strongly that both Prince George and Princess Charlotte should not grow up exclusively behind palace gates and in walled gardens.” Shortly after their plea was made public, certain royal commentators claimed that the letter was poorly presented and made the wealthy couple sound as though they were throwing themselves a ‘pity party’. Popular website, The Daily Beast, claimed the letter was the wrong move if the couple want to appear down to earth, stating, “If this is as bad as it gets, in return for a tenbedroom house in London, a twelve bedroom house in Norfolk, a blanket exemption from inheritance tax and untold millions in private earnings from vast landholdings across the UK, many people would accept the deal.” But others stuck up for the royal yal couple claiming that they are reacting acting no differently to any other parent who feelsels as though their children’s safety and happiness is being put under threat. Whilst the debate raged on, the Duke and Duchess stayed d quiet on the subject and there were no further reports of Prince ince George being stalked by photographers. However, security and privacy was still clearly a concern for the family as they have just been granted a ‘no-fly’ zone around their main residence at Amner Hall. This means that the pair should be able to enjoy even more privacy at their home as photographers and news crewsews will not be able to fly helicopters overhead. It also means they should be safe from cameras attached to drones which is becoming increasingly worrisome for r those in the public eye. This news comes afteraf reports that WillWi and Kate have been extensively nsively renovatingre their Amner Hall home, adding a £60,000 tennis court and rippingri out a fairly new £38,000 kitchen tchen to replace it with one more to their liking. They’ve also renovated a ‘glazed garden room’ which means they can enjoy views of the grounds ounds and night sky whilst they eat as a family – it’s no doubt rooms oms like this that they are trying to protect from prying eyes.
The royals fear Prince George is being harassed.