Royal Family's Legal Team Wants Prince Harry's Naked Photos Blocked From UK Tabloids
Ah, the fallout! After photos were snapped of Prince Harry in the buff in Las Vegas last weekend, the royal family is trying to stop tabloids back home from printing the pics.
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As reported by RadarOnline, law firm Harbottle & Lewis sent Britain's biggest newspapers legal letters indicating the photos were in breach of the Press Complaints Commission code.
It might be too little, too late, since the photos of the royal in his birthday suit have already circulated in the U.S., Australia and, of course, online.
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A source dished to the site, “In an effort to sweep this under the carpet as quickly as possible, Harbottle & Lewis have told the British papers not to run Prince Harry’s naked pictures."
The insider added, “The lawyers said anyone publishing them would be in breach of the PCC. The media outlets were also warned that their privileges for access to media events featuring the royal family could be restricted if they did use the pictures."