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Papers pull Prince pics

Most UK newspapers have refused to publish photographs of Prince William and Kate Middleton after the Prince complained of aggressive behaviour by photographers reports AFP.

A spokesman for the Royal said that he was upset when photographers on motorbikes chased his car as it was leaving a London club.

It was the first time the couple had been photographed together since their split and all the UK’s tabloids except for The Sun appear to have acquiesced to the request from Buckingham Palace to respect their privacy.

However, the photographer who took the picture published in The Sun, said the image was taken “in a civilised and controlled manner” and no-one tried to stop him.

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