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Harry and Meghan: News agency apology over 'drone photos' of son

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Prince Harry and Meghan said Archie was pictured at their California home in an invasion of privacy.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle can count one legal case closed as they won an apology from U.S. photo agency X17, which used drones to take illegal photos of their son Archie. Plus, the royal couple step out to celebrate their victory with David Foster and Katharine McPhee, who are expecting their...

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