Prince William and Duchess Catherine 'relaxed' about unauthorised photographs

By admin
23 April 2014

Prince William and Duchess Catherine are said to be "relaxed" about unauthorised pictures of them enjoying a 'rest day' from their Australian tour being published in the media.

Prince William and Duchess Catherine are feeling "relaxed" about unauthorised photographs of them being published. Some Australian media outlets are thought to have upset royal aides by taking unauthorised pictures and filming footage of the couple enjoying a 'rest day' from their current Australian tour at Government House in Canberra, but the royals aren't concerned, reports The Guardian newspaper. The pictures show the duchess dressed down in jeans and a shirt, carrying her nine-month-old son Prince George and pushing him in a pram. The snaps were taken on private property and cannot be published in the British press.

'We would rather the pictures weren't taken'

According to The Australian, Kensington Palace requested for Australian news channels to stop showing footage of the family on their rest day, but were ignored. One aide told the Daily Express newspaper: "We were just anxious that it didn't turn into a circus. We would rather the pictures weren't taken but it was no more than a gentle request."

Meanwhile, a palace spokesperson said: "All we said was that it would be quite nice if they were given a bit of space on their day off."

-Bang Showbiz

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