Prince William and Kate Middleton are reportedly unhappy with the paparazzi for invading the privacy of their son Prince George, and have now issued a legal warning in this regard.
Much recently, Prince George's activities were being monitored while he was playing in a park in London and the little one was reportedly being scrutinised for his actions, reported NBC.
"The Duke and Duchess have taken legal steps to ask that an individual ceases harassing and following both Prince George and his Nanny as they go about their ordinary daily lives," Kensington Palace said in a statement after the incident, according to The Times of India.
The photographer who has been accused of invading Prince George's privacy is Niraj Tanna, according to reports.
Post the warning, Tanna's lawyer has sent a letter to the palace suggesting that the photographer has been capturing photos of the royals for the last 10 years. The letter further said that, "Tanna has not acted unlawfully in any way. He has not harassed or intimidated Prince George, his Nanny or any other person. Nor would he wish to," reported AceShowbiz.
The royals have often requested for privacy and have moved to Anmer Hall in Norfolk to stay away from the prying eyes of the paparazzi. It was said that they wanted to live an ordinary life in their countryside home, away from the hustle bustle of London metropolis.
"Some might say it's a little dull," a source revealed to Vanity Fair. "But they love it. I saw William recently and he is so happy. They've grown out of clubbing and have no interest in parties. They just enjoy being together at home. No one bothers them in Anglesey, there are few paparazzi, and they love the countryside."
Moreover, the couple also wants to home school Prince George and wants to give him a normal upbringing.
Meanwhile, Middleton is currently pregnant with her second child and has been suffering from Hyperemesis gravidarum. She had to cancel her royal engagement due to the sickness and was being taken care of by the doctors at the Kensington palace.