1. Prince Harry receives damages and an apology over photos of his home  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Prince Harry makes powerful move to defend Meghan and Archie's privacy  HELLO!
  3. Harry and Meghan's forced to move out of Cotswolds home due to intrusive photographs of hideaway, court hears  The Telegraph
  4. Prince Harry accepts damages over Splash News Agency photos  BBC News
  5. Duke of Sussex accepts 'substantial damages' from news agency over photos  Sky News
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A news agency which took photos and video of the Duke of Sussex's home from a helicopter will apologise to Harry.A news agency which took photos and video of the Duke of Sussex's home from a helicopter will apologise to Harry.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were forced to move out of their home in the Cotswolds after a paparazzi helicopter took intrusive photographs of their hideaway, the High Court heard.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were forced to move out of their home in the Cotswolds after a paparazzi helicopter took intrusive photographs of their hideaway, the High Court heard.

Harry and Meghan's forced to move out of Cotswolds home due to intrusive photographs of hideaway, court hears

PRINCE HARRY has accepted substantial damages and an apology from a news agency after they took pictures from a helicopter of the Cotswolds home he lived in with Meghan Markle.PRINCE HARRY has accepted substantial damages and an apology from a news agency after they took pictures from a helicopter of the Cotswolds home he lived in with Meghan Markle.

Meghan and Harry 'safety undermined' - Duke accepts 'substantial' damages for home photos | Royal | News | Express.co.uk

Prince Harry has released a statement in defence of his wife Meghan and their son Archie's privacy – see it herePrince Harry has released a statement in defence of his wife Meghan and their son Archie's privacy – see it here.

Prince Harry makes powerful move to defend Meghan and Archie's privacy | HELLO!

“Prince Harry won a lawsuit against Splash photo agency for misuse of private information, breaches of his right to privacy and data protection violations. In January, Splash snapped low close photos of his and Meghan's then-country home from a helicopter.”

Patricia Treble on Twitter: "Prince Harry won a lawsuit against Splash photo agency for misuse of private information, breaches of his right to privacy and data protection violations. In January, Splash snapped low close photos of his and Meghan's then-country home from a helicopter.… https://t.co/kex2cEn4ZR"

“Prince Harry wins an apology from Splash News which hired a helicopter to take pictures of him and Meghan at their home in Oxfordshire. "Splash has agreed to pay a substantial sum in damages and legal costs, and has apologised to the Duke," said lawyer for Harry.”

Paul Waldie on Twitter: "Prince Harry wins an apology from Splash News which hired a helicopter to take pictures of him and Meghan at their home in Oxfordshire. "Splash has agreed to pay a substantial sum in damages and legal costs, and has apologised to the Duke," said lawyer for Harry."

“Totes rando: ⁦@PeteButtigieg⁩ and ⁦@Chas10Buttigieg⁩ wedding photo as art in Lawrence KS cafe. Plus Meghan and Harry!”

Annie Gowen on Twitter: "Totes rando: ⁦@PeteButtigieg⁩ and ⁦@Chas10Buttigieg⁩ wedding photo as art in Lawrence KS cafe. Plus Meghan and Harry!… https://t.co/bsXGaytXSo"

“Game of Thrones has me worried about how much more the world likes Harry and Meghan than Will and Kate these days. I keep having to remind myself that the modern British game is to avoid said throne.”

Maggie Koerth-Baker on Twitter: "Game of Thrones has me worried about how much more the world likes Harry and Meghan than Will and Kate these days. I keep having to remind myself that the modern British game is to avoid said throne."

Harry settles privacy and data protection claims against a news agency over photographs that "undermined his safety".Harry settles privacy and data protection claims against a news agency over photographs that "undermined his safety".

Duke of Sussex accepts 'substantial damages' from news agency over photos | UK News | Sky News

Splash news agency used a helicopter to take pictures of living areas and directly into a bedroom.Splash news agency used a helicopter to take pictures of living areas and directly into a bedroom.

Prince Harry accepts damages over Splash News Agency photos - BBC News

Read Prince Harry accepts damages after news agency took photos of his Cotswolds home from a helicopter latest on ITV News. All the Royal newsPrince Harry has accepted damages after a news agency took photographs of his Cotswolds home from a helicopter. A High Court judge ruled in favour of the Duke of Sussex during a hearing on Thursday, in which Splash News and Picture Agency also apologised for the infringement on his privacy. Mr Justice Warby heard a statement in open court at the Royal Courts of Justice in London on Thursday in relation to Harry’s privacy and data protection complaints against Splash News and Picture Agency. ITV News Royal Editor Chris Ship said the incident occurred in January.

Prince Harry accepts damages after news agency took photos of his Cotswolds home from a helicopter - ITV News