Prince Charles’ solicitor reportedly sent a letter to various press UK based organisations who ran the pics “highlighting his reasonable expectation to privacy”.
More than three years ago, Prince Charles and Camilla went on their 13-day tour of the Caribbean.
It was a whirlwind trip in which they took part in more than 50 engagements on 10 different islands. But even with a jam-packed schedule, the royal couple managed to spend a few moments relaxing. And not just like that, they decided to spend some time on the beach in Barbados.
Well, it has now caused some problems for Charles and Camilla: The paparazzi photos of Prince Charles and Camilla Paler Bowles have been scandalised. With some pictures of them walking with towels on the beach. While some of the Prince of Wales, Charles enjoying an ocean swim were causing a big controversy.
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According to the Press Association: “A source said the pictures were taken during a brief off-duty moment on a major international tour on behalf of the Government. Those pictures were taken in circumstances where the couple would have a reasonable expectation of privacy during the private downtime”.
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Official royal precautions and process was started immediately: The prince’s solicitor has reportedly sent a letter to various press organisations. As those various organisations ran the pictures “highlighting Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles’ reasonable expectation to privacy”.
The Royal UK, back then, immediately reached out to Clarence House for comments on the given situation. However, the Clarence House politely declined to comment on this particular matter.
Hopefully, concern over the images won’t derail the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, Charles and Camilla to enjoy their vacation in the near future. Violation of privacy should not happen.
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