Prince William, Kate Middleton Call Out Paparazzi's Aggressive Techniques

The royal couple releases an open letter slamming the paparazzi for allegedly stalking Prince George.
2:23 | 08/15/15

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Prince William and duchess Kate may be the most famous young parents on Earth. And they're trying their best to protect their kids from prying eyes. Now slamming the pat rats zi for stalking prince George. David Wright has more. Reporter: Good morning, Dan and Paula. This is the home of the future king and queen of England and their children. And it's the intense interest in their children that's at issue here. The palace sending out this scathing letter and Scotland yard warning the paparazzi they may be risking their lives for a picture. Prince George and princess Charlotte are well on their way to being the most paragraphed children on Earth. The royal family is now reminding photographers that candid photos are off-limits. Noting the series of disturbing incidents. Paparazzi with long lenses caught hiding in the fields and trees in the couple's country house. Obscuring themselves in the sand dunes to take shots on the beach. Using children to lure the young prince sbu view on the playground. Last week, said the palace, a photographer parked just across from the playground, hung sheets from the windows of his car. Police caught him lying down in the trunk of the vehicle, attempting to shoot photos through a peephole. There's nothing illegal happening here. It's just ethical. It's just wrong. Reporter: Prince William may be especially sensitive to the media frenzy surrounding his family because his mother never lived to see her grandson and graunddaughter. It was 18 years ago this month that she died fleeing the paparazzi in Paris. Scotland yard telling the photographers they're potentially putting themselves at risk of armed intervention, because police might mistake them as terrorists. I think this is really prince William and Kate laying down a line, really. A line in the sand to say, look, you can't cross this. Reporter: Now, we should a clarify here, nobody is saying that the police will shoot the paparazzi on sight. They're saying it's an era of heightened security, split-second decisions have to be made. Mistakes could happen. There's no mistaking the threat. Paula? Dan? The message is crystal clear. Need to be some boundaries as

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