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Prince Harry accepted damages from Splash News after the paparazzi agency captured and published pictures in January of his privately-rented Oxfordshire property, which his lawyers argued “seriously undermined” his safety.

“The duke was awarded a significant sum towards damages and legal fees, which will be put towards a donation to charity and covering the duke’s legal costs,” a spokesperson for Prince Harry said in a statement, according to the Guardian.

The article goes on to state the following:

It’s uncertain the exact amount of the settlement.

The photos were distributed by the Times newspaper and other publications in January, and depicted the home’s living area, dining area, and bedroom, according to a statement from Prince Harry’s lawyers presented to a high court. The photos were obtained after a “helicopter flew over the home at a low altitude.”

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