Harry and Meghan sue over photo of son at California home

Harry and Meghan sue over photo of son at California home

Harry and Meghan sue over photo of son at California home

Many thought that the reason for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's departure from the royal family was because they want to live a normal life.

Finding Freedom, serialised by The Times and The Sunday Times, claims the couples hardly spoke at the Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey despite not having seen each other since January.

It chronicles the tensions sowed between the so-called Fab Four of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan, once seen as the future of the monarchy.

"Although Meghan tried to make eye contact with Kate, the duchess barely acknowledged her", the excerpt said.

Mr Scobie told the Times: "To purposefully snub your sister-in-law".

"To purposefully snub your sister-in-law.I don't think it left a great taste in the couple's mouths", he said.

A spokesperson with the Sussex Royal foundation said: "Grants made to the non-profit organisation Travalyst are for the ongoing development of projects that will support communities, wildlife, and the environment through sustainable travel and tourism".

"While they both respected the hierarchy of the institution, it was hard when they wanted to focus on a project and were told that a more senior ranking family member, be it Prince William or Prince Charles, had an initiative or tour being announced at the same time - so they would just have to wait".

While no one knows exactly what might have happened behind the scenes, Howard and Tillett suggest in their book, "The rifts that eventually opened up in the Royal family after Meghan arrived could have been avoided if Harry was able to empathize and take his brother's concerns in the spirit they were intended".

"They're in the papers more than ever".

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry claim that drones have been flown over their house.

That's according to an insider, who said the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were living in fear for their son, Archie, after drones flew in the vicinity of their pad on several occasions.

The Daily Mail reports the book's sources will reveal the "pressure cooker" of anger and resentment the couple felt as royals.

This year's birthday celebration for Meghan will be quite different from last year, when Meghan celebrated her 38th birthday with a family day at her then-home with Harry, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor. Only the messy abdication of Edward VIII in 1936 served as a guide to the potential pitfalls.

Harry and Meghan have filed a complaint against a photographer in Los Angeles.

Britain's Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, filed a lawsuit in California on Thursday against unnamed paparazzi photographers for allegedly taking "illegal" photographs of their son, Archie.

Despite their attempt to step away from the limelight and the constant attention of tabloids on British soil, the couple have yet to find peace and privacy.

The lawsuit gives a detailed account of the media harassment the pair say they have endured in the months since they moved to southern California.

Part of the court documents read, "Archie, the Plaintiffs and/or other individuals in the yard and garden, and elsewhere in the residence, have a reasonable expectation of privacy when they play and socialize in their home and private, fenced-in garden and yard".

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