Meghan and Harry: Expert warns against ‘unsolicited photos’
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may have to contend with more “unsolicited photos” of their son, Archie Harrison, royal commentators have warned. This comes as the heavily pregnant Duchess of Sussex was snapped by paparazzi during an outing with her child last week. Etiquette expert Myka Meier spoke about the new pictures on the Royally Obsessed podcast.
She told listeners: “Re-publishing those photos in any way feeds that hunger for more of those unsolicited photos.
“People don’t know that, they don’t know.
“But some of these photos can fetch prices that could pay a mortgage.
“So the paparazzi really hunt people for them.”
Ms Meier continued: “I just try to remind people, if they can, not to share them.
“Unless, of course, it’s a photo that they’re willing to take.
“The laws in the UK are very different about children.
“So you won’t see the paparazzi photos of the children.”
Meghan and Harry: Expert discusses photos with Archie
The expert added: “Their faces are always blurred out, which is one thing I wish we had here.
“Clearly she didn’t want that photo so I feel for them.
“It’s something that we need to be conscious of.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex relocated to the United States in March 2020, weeks after announcing they would step back from royal duty.
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Host Robert Fiorito also gave insight into the latest paparazzi shot.
She told the podcast: “I was surprised too. A lot of people did a good job of not sharing them.
“People magazine didn’t cover it, a lot of news outlets actually stayed away from it.
“I think it’s because we know how sensitive they are to that kind of coverage.
“They’ve won two lawsuits already about it.”
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