It’s hard enough growing up in this troubling world, but for 14-month-old Prince George, he must do it with the whole world watching. Most of us love playing at the park and getting our clothes dirty, but we don’t have constant media attention watching our every move. Any parent, royal or common, has a right to be concerned for their child’s safety when it comes to strangers.
Prince William and wife Kate Middleton are prepared to take legal actions, if necessary, against a photographer who is said to be harassing the young Prince, while he spends time at a central park in London, with his Nanny, Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo. Kensington Palace released a statement, addressing the fact that the unnamed photographer may have been watching the Prince in order to examine his daily routines.
The photographer, denied claims and lawyer Niraj Tanna, has sent an extensive letter to address that the matter is an unjustified allegation. The photographer has not taken photos of the young Prince and had no intentions of stalking. He has noted that he is entitled to take photo’s of the park and other matters if interest, though this individual has been warned off previous times by palace security.
Kensington Palace officials have released a statement on behalf of the Duke and Duchess, that they understand the Prince has a specific role to play. But while he is young, the concerned parents wish for him to lead as normal a life as possible.
The Duke and Duchess are expecting their second child, according to reports last month. She is still in the first stage of pregnancy and as before with Prince George, she is suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum, which is a form of severe morning sickness. Information about the new Prince or Princess has not been publicly released at this time.
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