Feb 282010
 
 February 28, 2010  Breaches, Court, Non-U.S.

Richard Woods reports:

Kate Middleton, the girlfriend of Prince William, is set to win a controversial claim for alleged invasion of her privacy.

She is expected to receive at least £10,000 in damages, plus substantial legal costs, after threatening to sue a photographer and two British picture agencies over photographs taken of her at Christmas. The images were not even published in Britain.

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Through Harbottle & Lewis, a firm of lawyers used by members of the royal family, Middleton has sought damages for invasion of privacy, legal costs, withdrawal of the images and a public apology.

The pictures were taken when Middleton was on holiday with her family, staying at a property owned by the Duchy of Cornwall. The property has a tennis court that lies next to a public footpath.

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