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Prince Harry accepts 'substantial' damages, apology for intrusive images

The Age Friday, 17 May 2019
Prince Harry has settled a privacy lawsuit against the Splash news agency. It hovered over his home in a helicopter and took photos directly into his quarters.
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Prince Harry has received a "substantial" settlement, after his lawyers said the news agency Splash used a helicopter to take photos of his home in the Cotswolds that allegedly showed the home's interior.

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