Prince Harry has criticised the New York Post for publishing “photos of my son being picked up from school” and denounced the U.S. paparazzi “feeding frenzy,” in a podcast appearance..
The Duke of Sussex has repeatedly criticised the British tabloids for the way his family have been treated but made his most outspoken comments yet about U.S. media.
In an Armchair Experts episode released on Thursday morning, Harry spoke about the paparazzi “madness” the couple experienced when briefly living in L.A. during the first few months of their time in America.
He also addressed a set of photos printed in the Post‘s Page Six gossip column within days of Prince Philip’s funeral. Archie’s face was not pixelated in the images, which showed Meghan Markle carrying the youngster on her baby bump.
Prince Harry told host Dax Shepard: “Page Six of the New York Post, they took photos of my son being picked up from school on his first day.”
The prince added: “It’s this sort of rabid feeding frenzy, and going back to the kids point it’s absolutely true. These kids don’t get a choice; they don’t get a say in it.
“If it [Paparazzi attention] becomes any worse then what you’re basically accepting is … let’s punish people who have got a talent and have literally worked their asses off to get to a point where, yes, they’re making money and, yes, their fans are contributing to that but they’re bringing entertainment and value to society.”
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