News agency pays up Prince Harry over aerial photos of his private home

News agency pays up Prince Harry over aerial photos of his private home

LONDON: Britain's Prince Harry on Thursday settled for "substantial damages" and an apology from a news agency that hovered over his home in a helicopter, taking photos directly into his living room and bedroom earlier this year. Lawyers for the Duke of Sussex told the UK High Court that the photographs showed the Oxfordshire home's interior and "very seriously undermined" his safety. The images, which were taken in January and published in UK newspapers and online, showed the living area, dining area and "directly into the bedroom".

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