Prince William and Kate Middleton are parents to three kids Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. As the children of the future king, royal fans get to see the little ones out and about at different events with their mother and father. But when they’re not out in public and on their own property, Prince William doesn’t want photographers hounding his children or trying to get pictures.
The father of three showed his protective side when a photog tried to get some snaps of the family while they were riding their bikes together. Now, a royal commentator is revealing that the Duke of Cambridge was “like a lion” when that happened and had words for the paparazzo.
Prince William always said that he wants his kids to have a ‘normal’ childhood
Prince William and Kate are well aware of the public’s interest in their children but also have also stated that they want their kids to have as “normal” a childhood as possible.
Royal biographer Robert Lacey previously told People: “As royal parents, both Kate and William have focused on … working to ensure that all three of their children enjoy the peaceful childhood that eluded William and Harry.”
Prince Philip had altercations with photogs at Sandringham in the past too
William isn’t the only royal who has got into it with photogs when they’re spotted around the royal family’s property in Sandringham. His grandfather, Prince Philip, also did.
In the documentary Royalty Up Close: The Photography of Kent Gavin. The longtime photographer recalled a time when the Duke of Edinburgh wasn’t pleased to see him at Sandringham even though Gavin was in an area of the property that is open to the public.
Gavin told Express that Philip screamed: “Get off my land! What are you doing here?” To which Gavin replied, “I’m taking pictures.”
Gavin claimed that the duke then yelled: “I don’t want you here” along with quite a few obscenities.
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