Paparazi Refuses to Give Up Photos of Prince Harry & Meghan, Says They Can’t Use King’s Rules in the US –

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have returned with unpleasant news, Mother. This time, the two of them had an argument with the United States paparazzi.

This started when Harry and his wife and in-laws allegedly got involved in a chase with photographers. This incident took place on Tuesday (16/5/2023) after attending an award ceremony in New York, United States, local time.

Harry’s spokesman said that the action of this chase lasted for almost two hours. It started after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex left an event organized by Ms. Foundation for Women.



“Last night the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Ms Ragland were involved in a nearly disastrous car chase at the hands of a group of very aggressive paparazzi,” he said.

“This relentless pursuit, which lasted for nearly two hours.”

The spokesperson also said that the action posed a danger to people around. In fact, there was a near collision involving other drivers and pedestrians, as well as two local police.

Requesting a photo from the paparazzi

Launching the BBC, these paparazzi chased Harry’s car to get their photos. Some time later, pictures circulating on social media showed Harry, Meghan and their in-laws sitting in the back of a New York taxi.

Responding to these photos, Harry through his spokesman issued an ultimatum. He condemned the spread of the images and demanded that the paparazzi turn them over.

paparazzi response

After investigation, TMZ said that the paparazzi were photographers from Backgrid. This is a photo agency that often provides celebrity shots from freelance photographers.

Backgrid also gave a response about the feud that occurred. The agency said it was investigating the four freelance photographers involved in shooting the image.

Despite following proper procedures, the agency said the photographers disputed some of Harry’s statements. He said, nothing dangerous happened that night, Mother.

“We understand Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s security and we respect their work,” he said.

“However, we would like to point out that according to the photographers concerned, there was nothing dangerous during this incident. The photographers have reported that the couple was not in any danger from any angle,” he continued.

Check out the continuation on the following page, Mother.

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