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Will and Kate sent a very nice letter asking for a little privacy
Firm but polite: That’s the tone Will and
Kate struck in a letter they just sent to a few paparazzi who’ve maybe been getting a little too keen with the zoom on their long-distance lenses around the Cambridge clan’s country retreat.
We have no idea they could possible be wanting to take pictures of (a grainy shot of Wills painting his model airplane collection maybe?), but apparently the couple felt it necessary to send the photogs a letter heavy with phrases like "acts of harassment and breaches of privacy" and "trust that there would not be a need to take further action". This was specifically sent on behalf of the Sandringham Estate, which is the bigger property in which Anmer Hall, the Cambridge’s family country bolt-hole, and home for the next while, is located. So basically: Leave us alone, we’ve got
a new baby and while it’s lovely everyone’s interested, you’re kind of creeping us out.
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